The Press: Happy Union

When Herbert Sebastian Agar, Pulitzer-Prize winning author (The People's Choice), got his discharge from the Navy, he had a good job awaiting him. After four years' leave, he could return to edit Publisher Barry Bingham's prosperous Louisville Courier-Journal. But this week Agar turned up with a smaller platform to speak from and he was happy about it, too. In January, he will become the British Isles editor of Freedom & Union, Clarence Streit's small, earnest voice of federal world-government (TIME, Sept. 23).

Englishmen with a hard word for Herbert Agar are hard to...

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