Colorful and charismatic, Roy W. Howard was the only American newspaperman who combined the roles of publisher, editor, and journalist. Based on fifty years of privately held diaries, and thousands of pages of "strictly confidential" memoranda, the author gives you a behind the scenes look at history and journalism, when newspapers made the news. 16 pages of photos.
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