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Wall Street Journal.
Wall Street Journal. Yes, and there was some friendship
there that lasted a long time. Yes. But I know nothing about it.
Okay. What about the political figures he was closest to. Let's
take it chronologically. Perhaps, I don't know if it's accurate to
start with Willkie.
Well, I suppose I should have put Mitch Davenport in this,
in the category--
In the category of company?
In the category of company close friends. Because Mitch
was a brilliant fellow, and perfectly able to argue toe-to-toe with
Harry Luce, and even scream him down, if necessary.
He had been an editorial writer?
Yes. He was an editorial writer. He first worked on
Fortune. He was managing editor of Fortune at one point. He then
really started the editorial page on LIFE, and had played a major
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