A wise, witty, and humane autobiography filled with a passionate curiosity about the people–and meaning–of America. One Man’s America is at once a stirring account of a young immigrant becoming an American, a personal history of the major milestones of the late twentieth century, a fascinating insider’s view of the most widely read news magazine in the world, and a warm and loving family saga. Here also is the remarkable success story of a boy driven from his native Vienna by the Nazis and returning years later as an ambassador; of a copy boy who rose to become editor of Time magazine.
During his long and distinguished career in journalism, Grunwald knew, befriended, and feuded with some of the greatest figures on the world stage, from Whitaker Chambers and Marilyn Monroe to John F. Kennedy and Henry Kissinger to Ronald Reagan and Fidel Castro. But the immense power his position allowed him was tempered by a fierce desire to know everything he could about the mores and folkways of the whole United States, Main Street bankers and student radicals alike, through whom he sought to understand the heart of his adopted country.
One Man’s America is, above all, a hymn to the ever-turbulent, ever-changing land of America.
Henry Grunwald was the editor in chief of Time magazine and all other Time Inc. publications. During his tenure as editor in chief, he helped move the magazine away from Republican interests and personally wrote the editorial calling for Richard Nixon’s resignation. He served as the… More about Henry Grunwald
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Published by Anchor Nov 23, 2011| 672 Pages| ISBN 9780307800756
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