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The Boys on the Bus

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Published by Ballantine Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Nonfiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMass Market Paperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10683178M
    ISBN 100345281942
    ISBN 109780345281944


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The Boys on the Bus by Timothy Crouse Download PDF EPUB FB2

In The Boys on the Bus by Timothy Crouse, you literary are thrown into the Presidential Race, where Nixon and McGovern are hammering it out for the Presidency. Along with Hunter S. Thompson, Crouse was in the mix trying to get a feel of the process.

What makes this an interesting book is that it could be written about the political scene by: For being written inThe Boys on the Bus did not seem like a dated campaign account at all.

That says something since other standard political books of the time -- for instance The Selling of the Presidency, about Nixon's manipulation of The Boys on the Bus book -- do show their age/5.

In The Boys on the Bus by Timothy Crouse, you literary are thrown into the Presidential Race, where Nixon and McGovern are hammering it out for the Presidency.

Along with Hunter S. Thompson, Crouse was in the mix trying to get a feel of the process. What makes this an interesting book is that it could be written about the political scene today/5(29).

The Boys on the Bus NPR coverage of The Boys on the Bus by Timothy Crouse and Hunter S. Thompson. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.

The Boys on the Bus. Author: Timothy Crouse. Buy Now. About the Book. Political spin-doctoring has become something of an art form in the last few decades. It was less artful in the early years of the information age, and Crouse’s entertaining look at the attempts of both the Nixon and McGovern ’72 campaign staffs to control the media seems.

Deborah Schupack's first effort, the novel The Boy on the Bus, is one of those painfully self-indulgent and pointless "artistic works" which plague the bookshelves from time to time. Beginning with an interesting premise -- a mother's creeping certainty that this boy on the afternoon school bus is a close approximation of, but is not truly, her son -- Schupack takes /5.

Book Review: 'The Boys on the Bus' by Timothy Crouse. When Theodore White published his iconic The Making of the Presidentno one could have predicted its unintended. The campaign reporters had been assigned to live with the candidate for as long as he was in the race, or until further notice.

They followed the candidate everywhere, heard his standard speech so many times they could recite it with him, watched his moods go up and down, speculated constantly on his chances, wrote songs about him, told jokes at his expense, traded gossip.

Directed by Bob McKeown. With Glenn Anderson, Paul Coffey, The Boys on the Bus book Fuhr, Randy Gregg. Follows the Edmonton Oilers through the NHL Hockey season, as they battle towards their third Stanley Cup/10(5). The Boys on the Bus is the raucous story of how American news got to be what it is today.

With its verve, wit, and psychological acumen, it is /5(6). The Boys on the Bus is the raucous story of how American news got to be what it is today. With its verve, wit, and psychological acumen, it is a classic of American reporting. NOTE: This edition does not include photographs.

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(pop. 40,). The two offending boys, with the blessings of their parents, were sterly Author: Elizabeth Gleick. Some of the better minds on the plane had begun to feel caged in by the old formula of classic objective journalism, which dictated that each story had to make some neat point; had to start with a hard news lead based on some phony event that the candidate’s staff had staged; had to begin with the five w’s; had to impose some meaning, however superficial or spurious, on the often.

Somewhere in between the stars like White and Thompson are a whole gaggle of political reporters -pundits, pontificators, network glamor boys, fawners, drunks, fornicators, wire service virtuosos, hacks, hatchet men, comers -- all crammed like monkeys with typewriters in the press bus, frenetically dogging the candidates.

The press bus leaves in 45 minutes from the front of the hotel.” She is up there in Roomthe press suite, calling up the dozens of names on the press manifest, waking the agents of every great newspaper, wire service and network not only of America but of the world. The Boys on the Bus has many interesting facts from behind the scenes.

This book grew out of a Rolling Stones artical on the press. I would recomend this book to anybody looking for information on political reporting or just interesting facts about our own political by: Journalists Connie Chung, Carl Leubsdorf, and Tom Oliphant recall their coverage of the presidential campaign that was documented in Timothy Crouse's book, 'The Boys on the Bus.'.

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Free shipping for many products!5/5. Summary: In a new paper released by the Shorenstein Center at Harvard University, Spring Fellow Peter Hamby, who covered the and presidential races for CNN, examines the challenges of reporting on a modern political race in today’s volatile online media ecosystem.

Drawing on interviews with more than 70 journalists and political operatives. The news business has changed a lot in recent years, and that's especially true of political news. But when you ask about a book that captures what it's like to report on a presidential campaign, one decades-old classic still rules: The Boys on the Bus by Timothy Crouse.

The rough-and-tumble. quoted extracts, THE BOY ON THE BUS is a smooth and easy read that you can finish in one sitting. Only upon reaching its end does the reader realize quite how prickly and provocative the novel is. Infused with ambiguity and endless seductiveness, this novel is a gem of a debut.

a case study, both to scrutinize the modern purpose of “The Boys on the Bus”—a term of art derived from the title of Timothy Crouse’s famous book about the reporters covering the presidential campaign—and to illuminate some broader, dramatic shifts.

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InTimothy Crouse, a writer for the Rolling Stone magazine, wrote a book titled, "The Boys on the Bus," which described life among the press corps on a national political campaign. In the "bus" is Twitter. And once the Twitter-bus settles on a. The Bus Boys, Soundtrack: Another 48 Hrs.

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The fun gimmicks -- like the ever-changing bus and Ms. Frizzle's ever-changing outfits, which reflect each book's theme -- will keep kids engaged as they devour book after book in this series. Because the books are text-heavy, they work better when kids can read them themselves; a read-aloud will simply take too long.5/5.

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Your kids will love to sing along with every page, from words they know to. The boys on the bus are back. At The New York Times, Jill Abramson is out and Dean Baquet is in.

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What's more, on the same extraordinary day, he [ ].The BusBoys were a Los Angeles-based rock & roll band made up of five African-Americans and a Hispanic who played satirically upon their ethnic origins in songs with titles like "There Goes the Neighborhood." Read Full Biography.

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