harold evans

good times

Good Times, Bad Times: (1984) ISBN 0-689-11465-6

Good Times, Bad Times is the autobiography of the battling and embattled journalist who – as editor of the most famous newspaper in the world, the London Times – fought for his paper’s editorial freedom against its new owner, international press baron Rupert Murdoch.  It is the behind-the-scenes story of fifteen years at the heart of two of the world’s greatest newspapers – a remarkable dossier of journalism and politics, of idealism and intrigue.

 


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