Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 I was the editor, publisher, and lone employee of my own newspaper in Newburyport, Massachusetts. I chronicled the life and times of the city, and I was poor but influential. I was happy but stressed, and I felt like something was missing.
#2 I was often compared to William Lloyd Garrison, the abolitionist who wrote for the Liberator, and Andrew J. Bossy Gillis, the on-again, off-again mayor of Newburyport. I was a cross between them both.
#3 I was in Newburyport to start a newspaper, and I was shocked by the way the good old boys network treated the young mayor. I wrote letters to the editor, and my articles helped bring about a victory for the young mayor.
#4 I covered local politics in Newburyport, and I would criticize what was wrong with the city, but I also showed what was right with it. I supported a courageous vote by a councilor or a stance by a mayor, and I applauded the better members of the various city boards and commissions.