David Halberstam Remembered

Timberg, Robert
June 2007
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jun2007, Vol. 133 Issue 6, p14
Conference Proceeding
The author reflects on David Halberstam, a journalist and author of the book "The Best and the Brightest." The author considers Halberstam to be a great journalist. According to the author, before the publication of the book, Halberstam had already won a Pulitzer Prize for Vietnam War dispatches, published in the newspaper "The New York Times," and written three other books.


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