1996 "First Edition" stated; Hardback, very nice condition of book and cover.


From the age of six, when he went dashing down a hill to spread the news of President Harding's death through his Kansas City neighborhood, Walter Chronkite's vocation was unmistakable.  Three years later, when he started peddling the Kansas City Star, the die was truly cast:  "My mother was horrified and frightened, as I suppose many mothers have been, or should have been, when their children got into newspapering."...

A Reporters's Life, Walter Cronkite