The Press: Report from Warsaw

Like many a war correspondent, the New York Herald Tribune's Pulitzer Prizewinner Homer Bigart feared that postwar reporting would seem dull. But last week, in his new post in Poland, he was in no danger of being bored. Bigart, who describes his own politics as "left-of-center," expected to be welcomed in Warsaw. Instead, he found himself in the thick of a fight.

When he presented his passport, General Grosz, Poland's director of press information, said: "Ah, yes, your paper is unfriendly to us." He produced a clipping and began reading aloud. But, protested Bigart,...

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