THE VOICE OF AMERICA: Lowell Thomas and the Invention of 20th-Century Journalism
Offers an entertaining and sometimes critical portrait of a crucial journalist and extraordinary man whose name, not too long ago, was as well-known as any American journalist has ever been. When Thomas died in 1981, Walter Cronkite suggested that Thomas had "crammed a couple of centuries worth of living" into his eighty-nine years. 16 pages of photos.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 6849954
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