Reporting America at War by Michelle Ferrari
An Oral History

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Whether dodging sniper fire, accompanying strategic bombing raids over enemy territory, challenging the Pentagon's version of events, or crossing the frontlines to interview figures at the heart of the conflict, war correspondents have served as the eyes and ears of the nation, conveying the facts, the brutality and the drama of warfare, and shaping public opinion in the process. Now for the first time, in Reporting America at War, the nation's most respected reporters share their stories to create a fascinating oral history.

About Michelle Ferrari

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Michelle Ferrari is an award-winning writer and producer of documentaries. She lives in New York City. James Tobin won the National Book Critics Circle Award for his first book, "Ernie Pyle's War, " and the J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award for "To Conquer the Air." Twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in journalism, he holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Michigan.
Published October 13, 2004 by Hyperion. 256 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, War. Non-fiction

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The correspondents who were in Vietnam—including Homer Bigart and Gloria Emerson—opine on the official disinformation campaign and the corruption of the Saigon regime, while Amanpour, who covered a different kind of war in Somalia, speaks of the impact of the repeated showing of footage of an Ame...

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