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well as paragons of virtue, to
be Arnold Rothsteins as well
as Herbert Lehmans and to
play all roles in the human
comedy, the villain as well as
the hero. We cannot exorcise
the Lanskys or the Boeskys
by ignoring their existence.
On the other hand, I never
believed that there was an
overriding public right to
know all the facts about
developments that did not af-
fect the general wellbeing and
I admit not having rushed to
print stories that if published,
would have hurt innocent par-
ties and performed no service
except, perhaps, to titillate a
few readers. lb the extent
that I had the decision, I
tried to follow this rule.
My old friend Daniel
Schorr, who began a great
journalistic career in the
dingy Centre Street offices of
the JTA facing New York's
police headquarters, at-
tempted recently in an inter-
view to distinguish between a
"Jewish journalist" and a
"Jew in journalism."
The former, he said, in-
volved seeing things from the
point of view of how is this for
the Jews? — a distorted way
of looking at the world. But
being a Jew in journalism in-
volved trying to forget being
Jewish and looking at the
news the same way any other
j orunalist would.
I'm not sure the interviewer
interpreted him correctly
here. Dan would not be
satisfied to see things that
way; he would want to see
them objectively and in
perspective, which is some-
thing, unfortunately, not too
many newsmen do.
There is, however, no longer
a clear delineation between
"Jewish" and general news;
the journalist in the general
field must deal with Jewish
news as an important seg-
ment of the daily news
budget while his co-worker in
the Jewish press must handle
the general news which im-
pacts on the Jewish com-
munity. I don't think there
are too many Jewish news-
men around who still conceive
it to be their role to defend
Jewry.
I don't believe Dan Schorr
ever for a moment in his
career forgot that he was
Jewish. The background he
acquired in dealing in depth
with Jewish problems as a
newspaperman probably gave
him a better insight into
many of the situations he was
to cover in his later career.
He related to his inter-

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