Homer Marcum calls it quits

March 1989
Columbia Journalism Review;Mar/Apr89, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p48
Discusses the plan of "Martin Countian" editor and publisher Lyndon Johnson of Kentucky to resign from work. Commitment to fight war against poverty; Harassment received by the newspaper after publishing controversial political issues; Financial status of the publication.


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