The Press: Postman v. Post

Under the late, larruping Publisher Frederick G. Bonfils, the only editorial voice in the Denver Post was a column called "That's That." It was written, then and after Bonfils' death in 1933, by a mild-mannered little man named Bruce Gustin. When Palmer Hoyt took over the

Post in 1946, he started an editorial page, gave Gustin a byline so readers would know that the columnist no longer expressed Post views. Last week Gustin proved that his column is still a potent editorial voice.

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