Ratnesar, Romesh
April 2003
Time;4/14/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 15, p27
Pays tribute to the late American journalist Michael Kelly. His book 'Martyrs' Day' in which he conveyed the pity and devastation of war with a brave, unflinching grace; Highlights of his career; His work at the 'Atlantic Monthly'; His death in Iraq; His disdain for the arrogance of power on all political sides.


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