Katharine Graham by Daniel Alef
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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]
 

About Daniel Alef

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Daniel Alef has written many legal articles, one law book, one historical anthology, Centennial Stories, and authored the award-winning historical novel, Pale Truth (MaxIt Publishing, 2000). Foreword Magazine named Pale Truth book of the year for general
 
Published February 24, 2011 by Titans of Fortune Publishing. 12 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, History. Non-fiction

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