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Bellows, James G.

Works: 6 works in 18 publications in 2 languages and 1,058 library holdings
Genres: Biography  History 
Roles: Editor, Author
Classifications: PN4874.B667, 818.5408
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Publications about James G Bellows
Publications by James G Bellows
Publications by James G Bellows, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about James G Bellows
Most widely held works by James G Bellows
The world of Jimmy Breslin by Jimmy Breslin( Book )
10 editions published between 1963 and 1976 in English and held by 581 libraries worldwide
An invaluable collection of early columns by one of New York's sharpest minds In the 1960s, as the once-proud New York Herald Tribune spiraled into bankruptcy, the brightest light in its pages was an ebullient young columnist named Jimmy Breslin. While ordinary columnists wrote about politics, culture, or the economy, Breslin's chief topics were the city and Breslin himself. He was chummy with cops, arsonists, and thieves, and told their stories with grace, wit, and lightning-quick prose. Whether covering the five boroughs, Vietnam, or the death of John F. Kennedy, Breslin managed to find great characters wherever he went. This collection includes some of Breslin's most famous early writing. Here are the unforgettable New Yorkers Sam Silverware and Larry Lightfingers, the celebrated interview with President Kennedy's gravedigger, and the classic "People I'm Not Talking To Next Year." But the most important voice here is Breslin's--as vibrant as ever
Anyone who enters here must celebrate Maggie ... a collection of writings about Maggie, and by Maggie by Maggie Savoy Bellows( Book )
1 edition published in 1971 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
The last editor : how I saved the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times from dullness and complacency by James G Bellows( Book )
2 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The Last Editor is the memoir of Jim Bellows, the editor whose David-and-Goliath battles changed the face of the newspaper business. Bellows struggled to save major competitors of America's three most powerful newspapers: the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. In doing so, he developed major talent from rough cuts and brought a new generation of writers to the mainstream press. The Last Editor is a unique memoir of a man who loved a fight--highlighted with commentary from his colleagues in letters and sidebars from the biggest names in media. Sidebars from Wolfe, Ben Bradlee, Art Buchwald, Katherine Graham, Mary McGrory, William Safire, just to name a few, and 16 pages of black-and-white photos, provide behind-the-scenes insights to the triumphs and controversies of the man who shaped the industry
The ACLU's first 50 years ( Sound Recording )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A report on the state of the American Civil Liberties Union." A panel of artists, activists and members of the ACLU discuss the difficulties encountered and the successes achieved by the organization in the half-century since its founding. It opens with an excerpt from Lear's TV show "Maude" as an example that provoked action by censors and outrage by station managers. Discussion ranges from free speech, symbolic speech, profane speech, rights to privacy, demonstrations, and protecting the Constitution. Also heard is an excerpt from the infamous McCarthy-Army hearings featuring Army Council Joseph Welch. Moderator is unidentified
Alternative Names
Bellows Jim 1922-....
Bellows, Jim 1922-2009
Jim Bellows American journalist
Jim Bellows Amerikaans journalist (1922-2009)
English (17)
Thai (1)
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