The Press: In Enemy Territory

Ever since the start of the Korean war, Manhattan's Communist Daily Worker has been at a disadvantage. Unlike other Communist papers, such as France's L'Humanité and London's Worker, the Manhattan Worker had no staff correspondent filing regularly from the Reds' Far Eastern camps. Last week the Worker finally caught up; Correspondent Joseph Starobin, a Worker staffer for ten years and a Communist Party member for as long as anyone could recall, became the first U.S. newsman to get behind enemy lines. Joe Starobin, a U.S. citizen who went abroad more than two years...

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