Good Times, Bad Times ebook
by Harold Evans
Good Times, Bad Times book.
Good Times, Bad Times book. If you asked British journalists today who they think is the best journalist of all time I imagine a large proportion would say Harry Evans, straight off.
Written shortly after Evans' departure from The Times, it is particularly critical of the newspaper's owner, Rupert Murdoch. The allegations contained within the book resulted in questions being asked in Parliament. Critics regarded the book as well written but partisan and were divided as to how convincing they found the arguments it contained
Riveting, provocative, and insightful, Good Times, Bad Times is as relevant today as when it was first written. This ebook features an extensive new preface by Evans, the New York Times–bestselling author of Do I Make Myself Clear?, discussing the Rupert Murdoch phone-hacking scandal.
Riveting, provocative, and insightful, Good Times, Bad Times is as relevant today as when it was first written. Business Biographies. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
The book is a fight song that revels in the music of those times past
The book is a fight song that revels in the music of those times past. All of 16 years old, Evans went to apply for a job at The Ashton-Under-Lyne Reporter in the north of England and got his first look inside the guts of the machine that clacked out the lines of type that eventually became a newspaper.
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Even before Murdoch acquired the papers, life was a constant and demanding political dance, whether between Cabinet ministers and legal advisors when publishing Richard Crossman's diaries, or with MI5 when chasing the Kim Philby story.