The Press: Push for the Post

From Caracas, the Houston Post's Reporter Jack Donahue last week sent his paper a penetrating series on a topic close to Texans: the precarious future of U.S. oil companies in post-revolutionary Venezuela. Hitting an even more sensitive nerve, the Post ran a Page One series by Staffer Leon Hale on Texas A. & M.'s deep-rooted schism over basic educational policies. Other staff-written stories in the bright, boldly laid-out Post last week ranged from Business Editor Sam Weiner's rundown on the recession's impact to Austin Correspondent Felton West's sympathetic account of a "constructive" program at an upstate reformatory once famed for stern...

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