Book Review: Tom Brokaw newest release

Tom Brokaw and Matt Lauer

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Legendary NBC News reader, Tom Brokaw, has a new book coming out that may surpass his widely heralded account of the American heroes who lived through the Great Depression and World War II and then built the foundation for today’s America, entitled “The Greatest Generation”.

Brokaw’s newest work will chronicle the role of those among national news readers and broadcast executives that came after the Edward R. Morrow to John Chancellor generation.

Brokaw’s newest book is entitled “The Gropest Generation”.

An early review describes it as “a chronicle of the inner office exploits of the generation of news reader of which Brokaw was the primary transitional celebrity.”

Leading news readers and executives highlighted in “The Gropest Generation” include Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer, sports caster Marv Albert, Prairie Home Companion Garrison Keillor, journalist Mark Halperin, NPR news chief Michael Oreske, former FOX celebrity Bill “Lookin‘ out for the Folks” O’Reilly, New York Times White House reporter Glenn Thrush, and, in a related category, Brian “Who Groped for the Truth” Williams.

Last December, Brokaw made news by declaring that Fox News is on a jihad to defend President Trump’s assault on American institutions.

Brokaw’s book is published by Vanity Press.

The book’s Foreword is written by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, and the Introduction is done by legendary comedian Bill Cosby.

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