The Lost Cause of a PR Man

Wolfson, Norman L.
July 1979
National Review;7/20/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 29, p907
The article describes the experience of an American public relations man working with President Anastasio Somoza. It tells of the relation between the press and Somoza, and influential friends of Somoza. It mentions Somoza's view that the way to deal with the press is to buy it off, the accusations about Somoza and his wealth, and personal impression of Somoza.


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