The way the press covered poor decision-making during the Vietnam War should serve as a model for reporters today
A man who pens books for famous people is the focus of a recent film directed by Roman Polanski. A publishing-world veteran explains what the job is like in real life.
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In its heyday, the International Herald Tribune combined Parisian romanticism and American industriousness