Why American Newspapers Gave Away the Future

An insider’s assessment of the precipitous decline of large city ...


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Merle Miller

Merle Miller (1919–1986) was a writer of novels and nonfiction.  In World War II he was combat correspondent and editor of the European edition of Yank. He later worked as an editor at Time and at Harper’s, and wrote frequently for the New York Times, Esquire, and other publications. His book Plain Speaking, which he called “An Oral Autobiography of Harry S. Truman,” was published in 1974.