The Press: Anderson In

Paul Y. Anderson has not yet found time for a belated honeymoon. Fired six weeks ago from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (TIME, Jan. 31), Paul Anderson this week went to work as a Washington correspondent for his old paper's aggressive rival, the St. Louis Star-Times. In his new job Correspondent Anderson can expect to do more work at less pay than the $16,000 the Post-Dispatch paid him, but in return he will be able to write all the liberal, pro-New Deal pieces he wants, will find his work highly ballyhooed. While his old boss....

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