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    Dateline History : The Life of Journalist Jonathan Marshall

    ISBN-10: 193508903X
    ISBN-13: 9781935089032
    Author(s): Jonathan Marshall
    Description: This memoir provides a window into the life of an upper class Jewish boy from the mid-1920s until today, as well as into world affairs during that turbulent, exciting, and challenging period of history. Some of journalist Jonathan Marshalls 12,500  More...
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    Publisher: Acacia Publishing, Incorporated
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 350
    Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.298
    Language: English

    This memoir provides a window into the life of an upper class Jewish boy from the mid-1920s until today, as well as into world affairs during that turbulent, exciting, and challenging period of history. Some of journalist Jonathan Marshalls 12,500 editorials and columns are included in the book. There are passages about Marshalls encounters with famous individuals and the experiences he has shared with them. Marshall also shares his struggle to create a successful, small daily newspaper, including some vivid memories of events that were particularly dramatic or unusual.

    Introductionp. i
    I Raced with Einsteinp. 1
    A Fascinating Familyp. 7
    Some of My Best Friends Were Republicansp. 13
    The Education of a Princep. 19
    My Mother and the Bombp. 25
    Death and the Depressionp. 35
    That Dog Was My Champp. 43
    The Future Baseball Starp. 53
    Hello Jimmy, Hello Joep. 59
    War and Collegep. 67
    The War I Didn't Knowp. 85
    Planning and Politicsp. 91
    I Meet the Mafiap. 119
    The Art World, a New Worldp. 123
    The Love of My Lifep. 129
    Starting a New Lifep. 147
    Launching a Journalism Careerp. 153
    ...But No Rattlesnakesp. 163
    Starting a New Congregationp. 195
    Yes, I Was Crazyp. 199
    Lobbying for the Pressp. 205
    The Hunt for a Great Staffp. 211
    On the Recordp. 215
    Spotlight on a Senator, The Great Artichoke Fight and Other Editorialsp. 223
    The Don Bolles Murderp. 241
    Crazy Againp. 247
    Hot Dogs for the Underdogp. 255
    The Memorable Tripsp. 261
    Publishing Was Never Dullp. 271
    After Death, Life Goes Onp. 283
    Sic Transit Progressp. 291
    Contrasts in the Soviet Unionp. 299
    Surgery and Recoveryp. 309
    The Marshall Fundp. 313
    The Vanishing Independentsp. 319
    Some of the Most Fascinating People I Have Met in Arizonap. 325
    Epilogue: My Life Was a Bouillabaissep. 333
    Indexp. 339
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