Walking on the edge of the world
George Leonard recounts his experiences as a reporter for Look magazine during the tumult, idealism, and passion of the 1960s. His memoir tells of his fascinating journey of self-discovery--from a traditional Southern upbringing to his journalistic accomplishments. Two 8-page photo inserts.
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