The Man Time Forgot

Friday, July 30, 2010

Transcript

The name Henry R. Luce is firmly enshrined in the annals of American publishing. But few remember the legendary Time editor’s erstwhile partner, Briton Hadden. It was Hadden, not Luce, who conceived the idea not only of Time, but of the "newsmagazine" itself. In this interview from 2006, Brooke spoke to Isaiah Wilner, author of a biography of the man Luce allegedly wiped from history.

Comments [2]

Not a Chance

... almost exactly reversed from what they are today, that is.

Jul. 31 2010 10:47 AM
Not a Chance

Perhaps you should have mentioned anecdotally that, back at that time, the demographics (and much of the politics) of Republican and Democrat were almost exactly reversed.

Jul. 31 2010 10:43 AM

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