Stated First Edition. 272pp. A couple dozen or so B&W photos in text. 8vo. One-quarter light gray cloth, red boards, gold lettering, fore edge untrimmed. Hollywood, television biography. How a fast-thinking, fast-moving lady came to produce a thousand shows of Issues and Answers, involving the great-and others. 2" tear top edge of DW's back panel, o/w minor DW wear. VG + / VG-.
Good, fair. 272, illus., guest list, DJ worn, soiled, and edge tear, pencil erasure on front endpaper. Peggy Whedon, the producer of ABC News' Issues and Answers, has been hobnobbing with the great and the near great since 1960. She has taken the hand of five presidents of the United States; disagreed with leaders of Congress, Labor, and Big Business; and probed for economic forecasts from industrial and banking giants. Behind the show's low-key presentation are often dramatic surprises such as earthquakes, bombings, blizzards, shootings, heat prostration, and frozen toes. Here the reader accompanies Peggy Whedon through two decades of history-in-the-making.
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