WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA is modeled on the famous British publication, WHO'S WHO. The American edition began in 1899. The selection policy is highly selective. The vast majority of the entries are for United States citizens as the name implies, but selected international figures are included. Because of the selection policy you will often find that famous celebrities in such fields as sports and entertainment are not included. Entries in WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA are supplied by the the subject of the entry. They are not comprehensively verified by the publisher, so a person could possibly give wrong information about herself and it would be published.
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