Obviously history repeats itself when people don’t pay attention to it. After the shooting at Sandy Hook, newspapers began to print the names and addresses of the gun permit owners in various areas.
Thanks for the memories, specifically the biographical sketch of Bill Mauldin, the great but never assuming cartoonist for Stars and Stripes during the World War, Act
They called him Punch, and he earned the sobriquet. A Marine, he came home from serving in the Pacific theater, then in the Korean Conflict, to help run the family business, which in the case of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger was the New York Times.