We're all told that people are busy, and have short attention spans, and yet these stories are so marvelous, and really ought to be read.
"Sir Harold Matthew Evans" is a British-born journalist and writer who was editor of The Sunday Times (UK)/The Sunday Times from 1967 to 1981.
In 1984 he moved to the United States, where he had leading positions in journalism with US News and World Report, The Atlantic Monthly, and the New York Daily News. In 1986 he founded Conde Nast Traveler. He has written various books on history and journalism, with his The American Century (1998) receiving particular acclaim. In 2000, he retired from leadership positions in journalism to spend more time on his writing. Since 2001, Evans has served as editor-at-large of The Week magazine and, since 2005, he has been a contributor to The Guardian and BBC Radio 4.
On 13 June 2011 Sir Harold Evans was appointed editor-at-large of the Reuters news agency.If you enjoy these quotes, be sure to check out other famous journalists! More Harold Evans on Wikipedia.
It's a story of terrific heroism (with) many, many dramatic stories of individuals.
By the end of this century, of course, America is the dominant world power, economically and militarily, and it has not only enlarged the freedoms of its own citizens -- which was very circumscribed in 1889 -- but by 1989 it has enlarged the freedoms of millions and millions of people around the world.
The camera cannot lie, but it can be an accessory to untruth.
The purpose of the book is to see what happened to America; both to the people in it, and to its relationships with the rest of the world.
Jon takes a lot of pride in providing the best water possible and this has really been bothering him.
The Bible of Photojournalism.
Once we get further into the irrigation season and start using more water, we'll get all of it flushed out.