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The Daily CompassThe Compass

When the New York Star, which had opened only a year before, closed at the end of January, 1949, Ted Thackrey, the editorial-page editor of the New York Post bought the premises at which PM and, later, The Star, had been published. He began publishing a successor “The Daily Compass.” I.F. Stone wrote six columns a week until it closed in the winter of 1952.

Note the I.F. Stone byline under the headline on the left "Military Wants to Use A-bomb for Cold War Calisthenics"




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