Henry J. Taylor: Soft-Spoken Pegler

McAlpin, Harry
October 1944
New Republic;10/16/44, Vol. 111 Issue 16, p490
Profiles Henry J. Taylor, a Blue Network radio commentator and a staff writer for the Scripps-Howard chain. Assault of Taylor upon America's merchant seamen which provoked an avalanche of protests from the National Maritime Union, the War Shipping Administration and the American Merchant Marine Institute; Career background of Taylor; Support of Taylor to the Republican Party campaign by his assaults upon labor leader Sidney Hillman and the CIO Political Action Committee which he heads; Views of Taylor on political developments in Spain that were published in the journal "The New York World-Telegram."


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