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Good; Collectible. Great title. First Edition 1nd run. signed by author on title page; DJ not clipped but piece missing bottom spine, patched, small tear inside bacj flap; no marks, clean text; ships same day.
Very good in very good dust jacket. SHIP DAILY from NJ w/ tracking: LIGHTLY USED ex-small library copy, NEAR VERY GOOD (usual library marks) w/DJ VERY GOOD (spine label) AS SHOWN THIS IMAGE. Sewn binding. Clothette over boards. With dust jacket. 546 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade.12609 12609--This is an account of how a group of reporters, Mal Browne, Neil Sheehan, David Halberstam, Peter Arnett and Charles Mohr, came to Vietnam in the early 1960s and changed the nature of the war, the media, the country and themselves. In the beginning it was a war of spies, intrigues and exoticism, that quickly dissolved as Americans, soldiers and correspondents alike, began to learn the realities of the place. Most of the group were just learning the ropes as reporters and they had to learn fast in Vietnam. They went there to tell a story, but what they found out, and how they challenged the official story, wasn't what they expected. Sheehan, Halberstam, and Browne each earned Pulitzer Prizes for their Vietnam coverage.
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