In this account of a great journalistic tradition, the author reflects on his journalistic experiences and offers a spirited, provocative argument for independent journals of opinion as vital to the health of democracy. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.
Winner of the 2005 George Polk Book AwardVictor S. Navasky is the renowned editor, writer, and educator who was at the helm of The Nation for almost thirty years. A Matter of Opinion, a scintillating reflection on his experiences, is an extraordinary political document--and a passionately written, irresistibly charming account of a great journalistic tradition.