The Press: Queen of the Corps

Her technique is all her own. Pert and comely, she sits quietly in meetings and hearing rooms, watching gestures, listening to sounds, painting mental pictures. She writes swiftly and well, turns out some of the most perceptive, pungent copy in Washington, D.C. Says U.P.I. Bureau Chief Lyle Wilson of the Washington Star's Mary McGrory: "Mary is the tops—the best I've ever seen. Her stuff stands up next day; it has survival value."

This week, in a neat black suit and chic red velvet coat, Reporter Mary McGrory finished a survey of political races in...

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