The Uncrowned King
ReadHowYouWant.com, May 1, 2010 - 480 pages
A riveting profile of William Randolph Hearst's astonishing rise in the golden age of newspaper journalism. ''Exhaustively researched and elegantly written . . . brims with charming characters and stories. It deftly captures the bygone era of Gilded Age new papering . valuable contribution to the literature of Hearst and the history of journalism.''
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