Editorial cartoonist is also a columnist

Astor, David
April 1997
Editor & Publisher;04/26/97, Vol. 130 Issue 17, p96
Trade Publication
Profiles editorial cartoonist and columnist, Ted Rall. Transferring of opinion feature from self-syndication to Universal Press Syndicate; Number of cartoon clients; Topics discussed in columns.


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