Farrell evolves from journalist to author

June 2007
Hill;6/7/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 67, p14
The article announces that writer Jack Farrell is stepping down as Washington bureau chief for the "Denver Post" newspaper on June 15, 2007 to pen a biography of Clarence Darrow, the famed defense lawyer in the 1925 Scopes, monkey trial. According to him, he is taking advantage of the newspaper buyout offer to become a writer-with-a-capital-W.


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