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Column: After one year as editor, this is what I know
Shannon Casas high res
Shannon Casas
“Readers expect the editor to be a combination of sheriff and minister … to play both sides against the middle, to be right always and to fail never in championing every cause. In politics, the editor is supposed to be infallible. If he is a Democrat, Republicans spurn him, and vice-versa. He must be the know-all of it all, the Alpha and Omega, the sum and substance of those things that are, have been and are to be. It’s impossible, but who wouldn’t want to be an editor? It’s the only life.”