The publication of Henry Watterson's memoirs under the affectionate soubriquet by which he is known to thousands is something of an event for Americans. For fifty years, as editor and owner of the Louisville Courier-Journal, Henry Watterson's uncompromising Americanism, fearlessness, and intimate knowledge of our social and political history, have made him equally feared and beloved.
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