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

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

Label
Twentieth century reporting at its best.
Title
Twentieth century reporting at its best.
Statement of responsibility
Foreword by Frank Luther Mott
Title variation
Reporting at its best
Creator
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Action
commitment to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Rucker, Bryce W
Dewey number
070.431
Index
index present
LC call number
PN4781
LC item number
.R8
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Reporters and reporting
  • Reporters and reporting
  • Reporters and reporting
Label
Twentieth century reporting at its best., Foreword by Frank Luther Mott
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
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
Control code
ocm00332616
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xv, 269 pages
Lccn
64013371
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 31303
  • (OCoLC)00332616
Label
Twentieth century reporting at its best., Foreword by Frank Luther Mott
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
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
Control code
ocm00332616
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xv, 269 pages
Lccn
64013371
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 31303
  • (OCoLC)00332616

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