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Baltimore / Ben Brad Lee / The Washington Post #1289006

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014
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The way the story goes. A young man boarded a train to Baltimore to look for a job, but it was raining there. So he stayed on the train to Washington and landed work at The Washington Post. His name was been Brad Lee, and the rest is history, much of it chronicled by the paper that he would run. Brad Lee oversaw the Pulitzer prizewinning coverage of Watergate. His policy as executive editor was to hire good reporters and trust them to do their job. Healthy skepticism didn't hurt, he told sixty M...
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