Press: Anderson Out

One of the country's greatest reporters was out of a job last week, perhaps more to his own surprise than to that of Washington correspondents who have been his admiring friends for 15 years. Paul Y.* Anderson gave the St. Louis Post-Dispatch the best 23 of his 44 years, helped earn it great prestige and himself a $16,000 salary, finally won the 1928 Pulitzer Prize with an almost single-handed crusade which reopened the reeking Teapot Dome scandal. Paul Anderson began to think increasingly of late that his endless exploits had also earned...

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