The Greatest Generation - The Arena, Twilight, pgs. 377-390 Summary & Analysis

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The Arena, Twilight, pgs. 377-390 Summary and Analysis

Ed Guthman is from Seattle. He attends the University of Washington. He enters the Army in 1941 and serves in North Africa and Italy. After recovering from wounds, he is assigned to Stars and Stripes. After the war he works for The Seattle Times and investigates the case of a professor accused of communist sympathies by the state Un-American Activities Committee. Guthman's investigation reveals that the committee was in error and he wins a Pulitzer Prize. He serves as press secretary for Attorney General Robert Kennedy. He holds top positions at the Los Angeles Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer and then becomes a professor of journalism at the University of Southern California.

In the Twilight of Their Lives, Brokaw discusses Bill Mauldin's book Up Front, which is a collection of his drawings and thoughts...

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