The Press: Home to the Hills

"During 30 years as a newspaperman," said Reporter Don Whitehead, "home had been wherever I happened to hang my hat." In World War II he hung his hat in hundreds of huts and tents, covered the front wherever war burned hottest: in Africa, Sicily, Italy, Belgium, France and Germany. He hung it in Korea in 1950, won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage, won another in 1953 for his stories on President-elect Eisenhower's trip to the Korean front. His byline, as a top Associated Press reporter, was for years among the most widely known...

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