The Press: Jimmy James's Boys

One day when Edward Angly, who later became a foreign correspondent, was just another reporter on the New York Herald Tribune city staff, he went to the Trib's assistant editor Wilbur Forrest, asked for an assignment abroad.

Asked Forrest: "What makes you think you could be a foreign correspondent?"

Replied Angly: "Oh, I know all about foreign affairs. I've been reading the New York Times for years!"

What Harvard is to U.S. education, what the House of Morgan has been to U.S. finance, the New York Times is to U.S. journalism. Rich in...

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