Some of the best books about the media are not about the media. While dealing with different topics, they probe the central institution of our world.

A good example is Tina Brown’s Diana, which gives insight from a leading journalist — the former editor of the New Yorker — into the role her profession played in creating and destroying this 20th-century royal character...

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