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Decades Old Battles Are Never Too Old To Keep Fighting

The Hill notes that former CBS newsman Roger Mudd takes to task Carol Joynt (former CBS employee and current owner of Nathans in Georgetown, where she does the Q&A Cafe) for some 1970s era battles, claiming that he had “a serious problem” with Joynt (who back then served as a writer for Walter Cronkite) and blames her for Mudd’s contentious relationship with Cronkite. All of this is spelled out in Mudd’s new book, “The Place to Be: Washington, CBS, and the Glory Days of Television News.”

Now, Joynt’s publishing the emails exchanged with Mudd during his research for “Place to Be.”

And so it goes…

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