The Press: Pop's Sixth Sense

In the expansive atmosphere of the Ritz bar in Paris last week, William Randolph Hearst Jr., publisher of the New York Journal-American, got around to discussing his father's longstanding devotion to General Douglas MacArthur. Explained Bill Hearst to Columnist Art Buchwald of the New York Herald Tribune's Paris edition:

"We've supported Mac for a long time, long before any of the other papers jumped on the bandwagon. This policy was based primarily on Pop's judgment. Pop doesn't know anything about the Far East and depends on Mac's judgment. He and the Old Man are very close. Surprisingly enough, they even look alike...

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