The Press: Scoops On Target and Off

THOUGH the jury is still out on the ITT case, verdicts have already come in on many Jack Anderson scoops. The record is impressive, despite a few serious lapses.

It was Anderson, while still working under Drew Pearson, who in 1966 exposed the misuse of campaign funds by Senator Thomas Dodd; the Connecticut Democrat was then censured by the Senate and defeated by the voters. Anderson was the first to report that California Republican George Murphy remained on the Technicolor Inc. payroll while serving in the Senate; Murphy lost the next election. The columnist...

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