Frederick Allen was an award-winning reporter and political columnist with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution from 1972 to 1987, after which he joined CNN as a chief analyst and commentator covering the 1988 presidential election. His essays for the program Inside Politics earned CNN a CableACE Award, and Allen was called the “best political analyst” by the editors of the Hotline.
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The Inside Story of How Coca-Cola Became the Best-Known Brand in the World
The story of how a Victorian-era medicine spawned one of the nation's richest companies.
"A clear, convincing, anecdotal, often fascinating portrayal not just of Coca-Cola's corporate brilliance, but of how it inveighed its way into the center of American, and world, consciousness." - Financial Times
Released Tue Nov 29 00:00:00 UTC 2016