The Back of the Book

Rosenblatt, Roger
October 1976
New Republic;10/23/76, Vol. 175 Issue 17, p31
Discusses the kind of journalism promoted by television personality Barbara Walters. Views of television journalist Walter Cronkite on Walters; Methods used by Walters in conducting interviews; Information on the interview of Walter with President of Egypt, Anwar Sadat; Notion of coping as philosophy has great advantage for television.


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