The Chief Washington correpondent of the London Sunday Times and author of Special Relationships: A Foreign Correspondent’s Memoirs, Henry Brandon, recounts his 34 year experience in the city. Highlighted are recollections of Presidents ranging from Roosevelt to Reagan and a detailed analysis of the Cuban missile crisis. Mr. Brandon also ponders the U.S. rise to super- power status and the “special relationship” that exists between the United States and Great Britain. close
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