Thomas DeFrank “Write It When I’m Gone”
November 5th, 2007
The late Gerald Ford was often much more opinionated than he appeared to be. And funnier, and more gossipy. But he had a public face he kept on, out of respect for others — even those he disdained — and respect for the office he held for two and a half years.
For sixteen years, however, Ford revealed his private thoughts to a reporter. Veteran journalist Thomas DeFrank had long conversations with Gerald Ford, with the only condition being that they not be published until after his death. That occurred in December 2006, and now DeFrank can tell all. His book is called “Write It When I’m Gone.”
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