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On Her Trail: My Mother, Nancy Dickerson, TV News' First Woman Star

af John Dickerson

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The author examines his stormy relationship with his mother, describing her role as a pioneering woman journalist, the lavish political soirees that marked his parents' marriage, and his feelings about his mother's perpetual absence throughout his youth.
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I enjoyed learning about trial-blazer Nancy Dickerson. Can't think of a better biographer than her son John Dickerson; he has the inside scoop on her personality and her profession. This book also has a 'rest of the story' quality to it--you see familiar historical figures from a new perspective. Any 20th c history buff will really enjoy these stories, such as that possibly history-making late-night call from President Nixon. ( )
  iBeth | Mar 27, 2009 |
This almost could have been penned by Augusten Burroughs, such is its dissection of family dysfunction. The biography isn't as much about Nancy Dickerson and her accomplishments as it is about Nancy Dickerson, bad mother. I picked up the book because I like John Dickerson's writing on Slate, and his same strong writing is evident in this book. But the whining, man, stop the whining! ( )
  mattrutherford | Jun 19, 2008 |
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