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Publisher: Easton Press
Binding: Full Genuine Leather
Edition: Signed Limited Edition
Dimensions: 9" x 6" x 1.5"

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Product Code: EP190

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Andrea Mitchell
"Talking Back....
To Presidents, Dictators, and Assorted Scoundrels"
Easton Press, Norwalk, CT.
Signed First Edition
One of only 1490 Copies
COA - Sealed

Easton Press, Norwalk, CT. Andrea Mitchell
"Talking Back....To Presidents, Dictators, and Assorted Scoundrels" Hardcover. A handsome dark blue Limited Numbered First Edition signed by the author. One of only 1490 Copies. This book is significant because it's the author's first book. Signed by U.S. reporter, Andrea Mitchell, on the limitation page. Includes COA, Collector's Notes, and unattached bookplate for your own personalization. A memoir of her years as an NBC correspondent.

AN (As New). Brand new, mint, and flawless. Still sealed in the original shrink-wrap from Easton Press. Includes extra unattached bookplate for your own personalization.

NBC Correspondent Andrea Mitchell has engaged the country's leaders with deeply researched and probing questions for almost three decades.  Here she presents a wryly funny memoir of her experiences as a "girl reporter."

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  * Hubbed Spine, Accented in Real 22KT Gold
  * Satin Ribbon Page Marker
  * Gilded Page Edges
  * Long-lasting, High Quality Acid-neutral Paper
  * Smyth-sewn Pages for Strength and Durability
  * Beautiful Illustrations

From Publishers Weekly

Millions of TV viewers may feel they already know Mitchell�she has reported on politics for NBC for some 30 years and is married to the Fed's Alan Greenspan�but there's lots to learn about her in this engrossing memoir. Mitchell began as a "copyboy" at radio station KYW in Philadelphia in the 1970s. After covering the major political conventions for them, she was hired by NBC and headed to Washington. Shortly after, she flew to Guyana for her first major story: the 1978 Jonestown massacre. She has covered all the presidents from Carter through George W. Bush, done exclusives with Castro, sat in on high-level negotiations in the Middle East and North Korea, and much more. Mitchell's tales are fascinating, but her evolution as a journalist is even more intriguing. She was a gender pioneer, for example, but her gender rapidly became a nonissue. Yet her original insistence on a clear separation of work and social life seems progressively undercut by her own account. She mentions many dinners with dear friends like the Cheneys, and parties with the Bushes, Rice and Rumsfeld, and then wonders why the media got the Iraq WMD question so wrong. Still, this is a treat for political junkies.

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