A Final Goodbye

May 2003
People;5/5/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 17, p166
Provides observations about the death of David Bloom, a U.S. journalist embedded with the U.S. army in Iraq during the war. Reference to an e-mail written by Bloom to his family.


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