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Helen Thomas Leaves Her Front Seat on History

Thursday, July 25, 2013

I got to know her during the time she spent in candid lunches with journalism students at the Scripps School of Journalism during the mid-1990s. In an era of rapid change and hyperbole, she stood for so much. Thank you, Helen.

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