Thomas Friedman Writing Styles in That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back

Thomas Friedman
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Journalist Thomas L. Friedman and writer, professor. and foreign policy expert, Michael Mandelbaum wrote "That Used to Be Us." Both men are seasoned professional writers and have written a detailed summary of what is wrong with America from their perspective, which is based on their obviously extensive research and information gathering as non-fiction writers. Friedman is a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize three times for his writing skill as a New York Times reporter. In addition to "That Used to Be Us," Friedman has written five other bestselling books, including in 2005, "The World is Flat."

Mandelbaum is a Christian A. Herter professor and Director of American Foreign Policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. Mandelbaum is also an author and has written twelve books, including "Free Markets in the Twenty-first Century."

The backgrounds of both men make them credible as authors of "That Used...

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