An Interview With Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer
This century’s most powerful Secretary of State talks about the strengths and weaknesses of the Foreign Service, the role of the CIA, the rights of journalists, the contrast between meddlers and statesmen—and about the continuing struggle for a coherent foreign policy
Our fascination with categorizing ourselves was fed in 1949 by a famous essay and chart that divided us by taste into different strata of culture. Now the man who invented these classifications brings us up to date.
… is today’s newspaper. Here the executive editor of the Washington ‘Post’ takes us on a spirited dash through the minefields that await reporters and editors who gather and disseminate a most valuable commodity.
An Interview With Archibald MacLeish
In a new book, the political journalist and columnist Richard Reeves retraces Alexis de Tocqueville’s remarkable 1831-32 journey through America. Reeves's conclusion: Tocqueville not only deserves his reputation as the greatest observer of our democracy—he is an incomparable guide to what is happening in our country now.
The Dean of American Movie Men at Seventy-Five
An Interview With Theodore H. White
An Interview With the King of Swing
AN INTERVIEW WITH DAVID McCULLOUGH
After a varied career as a soldier, statesman, diplomat, and presidential adviser, Taylor wants to known as someone who “always did his damndest.”
AN INTERVIEW WITH C. VANN WOODWARD
An Intimate Memoir
American Heritage interviews Lowell Thomas, the journalist whom Damon Runyon described as “the beau ideal of the radio fraternity, first for his complete artistry and second for his personality.
The former First Lady looks back on the years with Lyndon and discusses her life today
An Interview with Marian Anderson
An interview with the famed suffragette, Alice Paul