The Press: A Good Start

As reporter and later city editor for the Atlanta Journal (circ. 250,095), Bob Collins was a crusading young newsman who never let go of a story until he got official action. Example: after the war, he wrote two long series exposing Army waste in Georgia that resulted in two congressional investigations, got the practices stopped. Six months ago, Journalist Collins, 34, got a new job as Journal editorial writer and columnist. Instead of retiring into an ivory tower, he went right on crusading, though often in such minor—and popular —causes as the lack of courtesy among bus drivers. This spring, Bob...

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