Shoot the Works

Broun, Heywood
October 1937
New Republic;10/20/37, Vol. 92 Issue 1194, p299
Presents a conversation between a secretary and her boss. Complaint of the secretary about the attitudes and comments of her boss on fellow columnists and on men in public life; Reputation of the boss to have earned an excellent salary for a number of years; Defense of the boss on accusations that he is a very irritable person who is always spoiling for a fight with somebody.


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