by Susan Ware
Hardcover, 304 pages, New York Univ Pr, List Price: $45 | purchase
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May 14, 2005 Starting in the 1930s, Mary Margaret McBride was a pioneering presence on radio. She interviewed the biggest political and cultural figures of the day. Ahead of her times in an earlier age, she is know largely forgotten. Biographer Susan Ware and Jacki Lyden reflect on McBride's career.
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