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MY BOOK BEGINNING
My parents' paths first crossed in a museum on 23rd Street in New York.
-- Personal History by Katharine Graham.
That is a disappointingly prosaic opening line for a Pulitzer-winning autobiography of the fascinating woman who ran the Washington Post through so many turbulent years. But her story picks up soon enough.