About this item
Black cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Author's signature on title page. Slight bumping to foot of spine.
Jacket has a few surface marks and some scuffing of the gloss surface; slight creasing and bumping to edges. Red "Signed by the Author" sticker on front.
In his autobiography Michael Brunson describes his first steps into journalism, reporting from the Biafran War, Belfast, as Washington correspondent during the heady and frantic days of Watergate and Nixon's downfall, and his work (including some wonderfully told lighter moments) as Diplomatic and Political Editor.
The book charts the Margaret Thatcher and John Major governments ,and Brunson takes us through the rise of New Labour, their 1997 victory and subsequent government with accuracy and knowledge unique to him, and discusses the relationship between politicians and the media with authority.
Contains 46 b/w photograph illustrations.
- Brunson, Michael
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- Hodder & Stoughton
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