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by Robert Sam Anson

Author: Robert Sam Anson
Language: English
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston; 1st edition (1972)
Pages: 303 pages
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Robert Sam Anson (born 1945) is an American journalist and author.

Robert Sam Anson (born 1945) is an American journalist and author. He is the author of six nonfiction books, including Gone Crazy and Back Again: The Rise and Fall of the Rolling Stone Generation, about Jann Wenner and his magazine. Anson covered the Vietnam War for Time, beginning in 1969. On August 3, 1970, he was briefly taken prisoner by North Vietnamese troops.

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Robert Sam Anson (born 1945) is an American journalist and author. He avoided execution after convincing his captors that he was a journalist. Anson wrote of his experience in War News: A Young Reporter in Indochina. They've Killed the President!"

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Robert Sam Anson became a reporter for Time while still a student at the University of Notre Dame, where he was involved in antiwar and civil rights movements. In 1970, while on assignment in Cambodia, he was taken prisoner of war. Anson has worked as an anchorman for public television, a senior writer for New Time magazine, and a freelance magazine writer and author. He is the author of, among others, Best Intentions, McGovern: A Biography, and Exile: The Unquiet Oblivion of Richard M. Nixon.

McGovern was the second of four children born to Joseph C. McGovern, a Methodist minister, and his wife, Frances McLean. He was shy as a child and enjoyed reading. He very nearly failed the first grade," wrote Robert Sam Anson in George McGovern: A Biography, "because his teacher interpreted his reluctance to read aloud in class as lack of intelligence. Despite his shyness, he joined the debating team as a sophomore in high school and excelled. He attended Dakota Wesleyan University, only a few blocks from his home, and married Eleanor Faye Stegeberg on 31 October 1943

Robert Sam Anson has written: 'The Opportunist'. McGovern' - subject(s): Protected DAISY.

Robert Sam Anson has written: 'The Opportunist'. Exile' - subject(s): Biography, Presidents. Gone crazy and back again' - subject(s): Biography, History, Journalists, Periodicals, Rock music, Rolling stone (San Francisco, Calif. 'Best intentions' - subject(s): African American students, African American teenagers, Biography, Crime and criminals, Criminals, Police shootings.

Robert Sam Anson is a journalist and author who has worked with Time, Vanity Fair, New York Observer, Mademoiselle, Los Angles Magazine, Esquire and Life. He has written several non-fiction books. On Aug. 3, 1970, Anson was captured by North Vietnamese soldiers while on a story in Cambodia. Other Works Publicity Listings Official Sites.

McGovern: A Biography