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Written in secret before her death in 1999, Greenfield's (editor, Washington Post, and Pulitzer Prize winner) narrative outlines the process of competitive image projection as it erodes the moral and personal sense of politicians and their journalistic counterparts. She identifies the principal species of the Washington DC subculture and recounts the history she saw unfold. Attention is given to the hostility toward professional women, the fall of the Southern oligarchy, the careers of eight Presidents (Kennedy to Clinton), and even occasional heroics. c. Book News Inc.
Publisher: New York : Public Affairs, c2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781586480271
Branch Call Number: 975.3 Greenfie 2001
Characteristics: xxx, 241 p. ;,25 cm.


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WVMLStaffPicks Dec 18, 2014

A gossipy and politically interesting memoir. For many years Meg Greenfield was a columnist and editor at the Washington Post. Best friends with Katherine Graham, courted by the powerful, she was sometimes cynical, usually fair and always resolute. She was well respected and definitely an insider with easy access to the highest echelons of politics. An interesting read along with Katherine Graham’s A Personal History.


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