The Press: Keeping Posted with Jackie

Featured thrice weekly in the sports section of the New York Post, the column often has a most unathletic aroma. Indeed, the Post's newest sports columnist plainly prefers discussing U.S. national affairs to writing about fun and games. On his favorite subject, civil rights, he is prepared to tilt at anyone, whether it be President Eisenhower (for supposedly standing aside from the battle) or Bing Crosby (for not taking a firm stand against segregated golf tournaments). In the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, the columnist supports and has gone stumping in Wisconsin for Hubert Humphrey ("One of the ablest and...

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