February 1980
National Review;2/8/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p135
The article offers observations related to activities from the field of journalism in Washington D.C. The article reports on the election of the editor of the newspaper "Washington Post," to succeed Benjamin C. Bradlee. In association with the discussion the article highlights the credentials of Bradlee as editor of the newspaper. The article then reports on the growth of the newspaper "The Washington Star," to capture a significant percentage of the advertising linage of the newspaper market in Washington D.C.


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