Woodward’s Acknowledgments

Via Mike Allen’s Playbook, we discover some notable acknowledgments in the back of Bob Woodward’s latest book, “The War Within”:

    The Post continue to play a vital and irreplaceable role in Washington life and politics. Don Graham, the Post’s CEO, is a man with a kind soul and a business man’s savvy. He looks out for underdogs and gives voice to the voiceless. He is a generous and compassionate boss, and there is no one else quite like him.

    Leonard Downie Jr., the Post’s executive editor and the best newspaperman in America, is retiring after a spectacular career. The newspaper’s 25 Pulitzer Prizes during his tenure are a testament to his determination and skill. The Post’s publisher, Katharine Weymouth, shows all the signs of a commitment to independent, aggressive journalism shared by her uncle, Don Graham, and her grandmother, Katharine Graham.