James Reston

October 1999
Editor & Publisher;10/30/99 Supplement Centennial, Vol. 132 Issue 44, p46
Trade Publication
Profiles the most influential American journalist in the postwar era James Reston. Contributions to the field of reporting; Contributions to the newspaper `The New York Times'; Influence on other writers and reporters.


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