The next century

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Morrow, 1991 - Political Science - 126 pages
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A journalist reflects on the recent past and offers a wide-ranging perspective on the startling changes now reshaping the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, and he analyzes Japan's rise to its present position in the world's economy

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A short (224-page) series of low-key essays that offer random reflections on America's recent past rather than any systematic appreciation of what's in store for the country. Drawing on his experience ... Read full review

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**Just so I alleviate my need to mention multiple times that I read this book some 15 years after it was originally published, let me disclaim that fact now. I read this book from a unique perspective ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
24
Section 3
37
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About the author (1991)

David Halberstam was born on April 10, 1934 in New York City and later attended Harvard University. After graduating in 1955, Halberstam worked at a small daily newspaper until he attained a position at the Nashville Tennessean. Halberstam has written over 20 books including The Children, a written account of his coverage of the Civil Rights Movement; The Best and Brightest, which was a bestseller; and The Game and October, 1964, both detailing his fascination of sports. Halberstam also won a Pulitzer Prize for his reports on the Vietnam War while working for the New York Times. He was killed in a car crash on April 23, 2007 at the age of 73.

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