Twentieth century reporting at its best. Foreword by Frank Luther Mott.


Ames, Iowa State University Press, 1964.

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Other Title Reporting at its best
Subjects Reporters and reporting.
Description xv, 269 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Nuclear energy and outer space. Boy, what a ride / Ralph Dighton -- First U.S. moon -- H-bomb vs. the Pacific / Bob Considine -- Saucers, science and sex / James Hubbart -- Civil rights. How far from slavery? / Carl T. Rowan -- Kentucky town tensely awaits integration crisis / Francis A. Sugrue -- A human explosion / Relman Morin -- How the night exploded into terror / Charles Portis -- Man against the elements, natural disasters. Udall dies in its sleep / Ted Thackrey -- Tornado resembles A-bomb / Gladwin Hill -- Audrey's awful toll -- Story of a flood / John W. Colt -- Accidents and man-made disasters. Triumph and tragedy -- There isn't much left / Robert F. Alkire -- Texas city disaster / Charles Burton and Ben Bradford -- Room of death / Robert Wiedrich -- A ship's final agony -- Kathy is dead / Carolyn Anspacher -- A touch of heroism / Elston Brooks -- Man and the law. Berserk gunman kills 12 / Meyer Berger -- They belong to me / Jack Smith -- Who are the guilty? / Victor Cohn -- It vas no my mule / Dawson Duncan -- War, hot and cold. Japan signs, Second World War is ended / Homer Bigart -- 9 trapped GI's stand off waves of Reds in 10-hour onslaught / Marguerite Higgins -- Not at Tarawa or Iwo did men suffer so / Keyes Beech -- Escape through icy hell / Jack MacBeth -- Christmas in a foxhole / Gene Symonds -- A protest that became a war / John MacCormac -- City of death / Anthony Cavendish -- Proletarians fight benefactors / Russell Jones -- U.S. secret weapon: jazz / Felix Belair, Jr. -- Politics and government. Seen our Adlai? / Richard L. Strout -- President fires MacArthur / Jack Doherty and Jerry Greene -- The copperdust shadow over Montana / Thor Severson -- Our costly dilemma / Ed May -- People. Bapu is finished / James Michaels -- A modern fairy tale / Dorothea Kahn Jaffe -- Overjoyed million hail president in New Delhi / Robert J. Donovan -- Can't see America for the photographers / James Reston -- Poor man's George Bernard Shaw / Madelaine Wilson -- A poet talks of death and life / Charles Whited -- Death. Six hours when history exploded / Merriman Smith -- His servant commended to the Lord / Bob Considine -- The alluring assassins / Alton Blakeslee -- Leonard Warren dies at the Met / Sanche de Gramont -- 'Twas a good clean fight / Richard S. Davis -- Life's fabric. Of zoos and gnus / Charles Maher -- Daddy's a hero / Mel Meadows -- A night for drama lovers / Carl Gartner -- Willie Ille Pu / Todd Simon -- Sell us anything / Robert W. Wells -- Old times in a picture book / Robert J. Lewis -- Other seek their place in the sun. It can be done / Saville R. Davis -- Africa races the clock / Saul Pett.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332616
(OCoLC)ocm00332616
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