Goulden, Joseph C.
GOULDEN, Joseph C.
GOULDEN, Joseph C. Also writes as Henry S. A. Becket. American, b. 1934. Genres: History, Institutions/Organizations, Military/Defense/Arms control. Publications: The Curtis Caper, 1965; Monopoly: A Muckraking Study of AT & T, 1968; Truth Is the First Casualty: The Tonkin Gulf Incidents, 1969; The Money Givers: The Great American Foundations, 1971; The Superlawyers: The Small and Powerful World of the Great Washington Law Firms, 1972; Meany: The Unchallenged Strong Man of American Labor, 1972; The Benchwarmers: The Private World of the Federal Judiciary, 1974; The Best Years, 1976; (ed.) Mencken's Last Campaign, 1976; The Million Dollar Lawyers, 1978; Korea: The Untold Story, 1982; (with Paul A. Dickson) There Are Alligators in Our Sewers, 1983; The Death Merchant, 1984; (as Henry S.A. Becket) A Dictionary of Espionage, 1986; Fit to Print: A. M. Rosenthal and His Times, 1988; (with P.A. Dickson), Myth-Informed, 1993; (with R. Irvine and C. Kincaid), The News Manipulators, 1993. Address: 1534 29th St., NW, Washington, DC 20007-3060, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]