The Press: Birth Of An Advertisingman

He was a "star reporter" for the New York Evening Post. When there was an especially good fire, murder, tempest or celebrity, he reported it. He got a "byline" over his stories: By Norman Klein. He was good at his job. He had worked on other papers—the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Daily News. For two years he had been War correspondent on the British front for the Chicago Daily News. He liked the life: he liked the excitement of beating a deadline, of turning in a good story in half the requisite...

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