Poisoning the Press
Mark Feldstein examines the feud between President Richard Nixon and investigative journalist Jack Anderson, a harsh critic of the president throughout his career. Mr. Feldstein recounts Jack Anderson’s means of acquiring information about the Nixon administration, from poring over classified documents to sorting through garbage, and the administration’s nefarious plans to hurt the journalist. Mark Feldstein presented his book at King’s English Bookshop in Salt Lake City, Utah. close
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Mark Feldstein Associate Professor George Washington University->School of Media and Public Affairs
Anne Holman Bookseller King's English Bookshop
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