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Harold Evans
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    (June 28, 1928-September 23, 2020)
    Born in Newton Heath, United Kingdom
    British journalist and author
    Books include 'The American Century,' 'Newspaper Design,' 'Makers of Photographic History' and 'We the People'
    Autobiography: 'My Paper Chase'
    Editor of The Sunday Times 1967 - 1981
    President and publisher of Random House 1990 - 1997
    Founded Conde Nast Traveler
    Former editorial director of US News and World Report
    MA in politics and economics from Durham University
    He left his first wife for his second wife, writer Tina Brown, who is twenty five years younger than him.
    He's written many books on writing for, editing and managing newspapers.
    He's 'royalty' having been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II and is to be addressed as 'Sir.'
    He got his first reporting job at age 16.
    He exposed Kim Philby as a communist spy.
    He reported on the Thalidomide scandal and that the children and their families were not receiving just compensation for their injuries.
    He's written over thirty books.
    In 2002 British journalists named him the best newspaper editor ever.
    He became an American citizen in 1993.

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