Biographer Carol Felsenthal talked about her book, Citizen Newhouse: Portrait of a Media Merchant, published by Seven Stories Press, about elusive publishing mogul Si Newhouse. She examined how someone born to great wealth but often afflicted with self-doubt became the owner of the largest privately-held media empire in the country. Ms. Felsenthal gave her remarks at an event sponsored by the Heartland Literary Society in Chicago, Il. Following her remarks Ms. Flesenthal took questions from the audience. close
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