The Press: Bloody Triangle

At a Washington party, the New York Times's Pundit Arthur Krock got a tongue-in-cheek proposition from his good friends, Columnists Joseph & Stewart Alsop. Why shouldn't they team up in a "bloody triangle of journalism," each turn out one column a week? That way, they could get away with less work. Next day Timesman Krock sat down at his typewriter and, showing an unsuspected gift for satire, knocked out a column, sent it off to the Alsops. Stewart Alsop thought so much of it that last week he had it framed and hung on the wall. The first half was a...

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