The kingdom and the power

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World Pub. Co., 1969 - Fiction - 555 pages
15 Reviews
With drama and riveting detail, the author of Unto the Sons presents a candidly fascinating look at the making of the remarkable publishing dynasty that is The New York Times--all the history behind the headlines. "Beautifully documented . . . no less than a landmark in the field of writing about journalism".--The Nation. Previous publisher: Dell.

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Review: The Kingdom and the Power: Behind the Scenes at The New York Times: The Institution That Influences the World

User Review  - Alyssa - Goodreads

Extremely thorough and extremely dense! An interesting look at the Times, a paper I have always held to a mythical degree and it was interesting to read the textbook on it. Obviously quite dated, but I enjoyed Talese's conversational and tongue and cheek writing style. Read full review

Review: The Kingdom and the Power: Behind the Scenes at The New York Times: The Institution That Influences the World

User Review  - Thorn - Goodreads

This is Gay Talese's history of The New York Times from its beginning (essentially) to 1968-ish, and I recommend it highly. Talese's narrative style is amazingly fresh, and the book is just ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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