When Reporters Write Books, Does The Times Win, Too?

by: Margaret Sullivan | New York Times

WRITING books must be in the DNA of Times journalists. Even the paper’s founding editor, Henry J. Raymond, cranked them out, including his “History of the Administration of President Lincoln” in 1864. The next year, he returned with another, which boasted an equally catchy title: “The Life and Public Services of Abraham Lincoln.”

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