The kingdom and the power

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World Pub. Co., 1969 - Fiction - 555 pages
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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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User Review  - nmele - LibraryThing

Talese caught the New York Times in the late Sixties at a time of transition for it and the entire news community. His book also functions as a history of the "paper of record" from its inception up ... Read full review

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When Adolph Ochs bought The New York Times in the 1890s, it was struggling to stay alive. He resuscitated it and made it into what many consider the finest daily newspaper in America. The Times, even ... Read full review


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