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WILLIAM A. HENRY III was a culture critic for Time magazine whose writing earned two Pulitzer Prizes: one in 1980 for criticism, and one he shared in 1975 for coverage of school desegregation in Boston. His previous books include Visions of America, Jack Benny: The Radio and Television Years, and The Great One: The Life and Legend of Jackie Gleason. Mr. Henry passed away in June 1994.
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