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Esteemed, award-winning journalist David Brinkley remembers well what Washington, D.C., was like in the 1940s when the sleepy town awoke to find it had a war on its hands. From the bureaucracies to the parties, this anecdotal account gives the sense that Brinkley was everywhere at once, covering the fun and the fright that changed the city forever.
Posted April 25, 2010
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