National Affairs: Ideal

The position of right-hand-man is usually colorless. But there are conditions when the opposite is the case. When a man has been right-hand-man to two of the leaders of his profession in two successive generations, when these men have been widely different in characteristics and genius, it is apparent that this right-hand-man must have distinct and powerful merits of his own. Such is the case of Arthur Krock, one-time able assistant of Colonel Henry Watterson (Louisville Courier-Journal), now the assistant of Herbert Bayard Swope (The New York World).

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