Ted Gusick, copy boy, wanted to be a reporter. Absorbed with the excitement of a real newspaper, with glamorous people and...

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Ted Gusick, copy boy, wanted to be a reporter. Absorbed with the excitement of a real newspaper, with glamorous people and errands, expensive night clubs and fast pace, Ted is slow in getting on to the implications of office politics, of fascism and isolationism, of the sores at the heart. Realization forces him into maturity and the decision to sacrifice personal advancement for his ideal. Timely interest-liberal thinking- for a well-sustained story in the Tunis tradition.

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Publisher: Harcourt, Brace

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947