The Press: Another Voice in Atlanta

If Atlanta's jointly owned dailies, the morning Constitution and the evening Journal, were to go out of business tomorrow, their disappearance would gladden the heart of many a Georgian. But none would rejoice more than James C. Davis, 69. After 16 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, Davis was defeated for re-election in 1962 in a campaign that drew enthusiastic participation from both the Journal and Constitution. Lacking the power to order his tormentors into silence, ex-Congressman Davis last week did the next best thing. He founded an opposition daily, the Atlanta...

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