The Powers that be

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University of Illinois Press, 1975 - History - 771 pages
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Gives an account of power at work in America.
 

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Halberstam is a fine writer. - Goodreads
David Halberstam was an excellent and astute writer. - Goodreads
His coverage of the rises and falls of CBS, the Was - Goodreads
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User Review  - Aaron Million - Goodreads

David Halberstam was an excellent and astute writer. Having read several of his books, I had high expectations for this one and I was not disappointed. This time around, he tackles the (way too ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brian Eshleman - Goodreads

This book tells the story of how media shapes message, not in dry theory but through the individuals involved in developing and using the technology in the mid-20th-century. David Halberstam holds ... Read full review

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Contents

I
ix
II
19
III
203
IV
205
V
405
VI
587
VII
707
VIII
739
IX
743
X
747
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David Halberstam is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and the bestselling author of The Powers That Be, The Best And the Brightest, and Summer of 49.

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