Biographical profile of Katharine Graham, who once described herself as a doormat wife, but subsequently became one of the most powerful figures in America during the 20th Century. The New York Times called her a "publishing legend." William Buckley, the conservative columnist, said she was a "mythogenic figure" and "a natural star." Television host Larry King described her as a woman who "made editorial decisions that changed American history." Graham's metamorphosis from a doormat to a phenom, a life she called a "fairy tale," is a great story for anyone seeking inspiration. Award-winning author and syndicated columnist Daniel Alef, who has written more than 300 biographical profiles of America's great titans, tells the story of Graham's remarkable and moving life. [2.983-word Titans of Fortune biographical profile with timeline, bibliography and video links, including interviews of Katharine Graham by Charlie rose]
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Published February 24, 2011
by Titans of Fortune Publishing.
Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, History.