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Kenneth McArdle

Kenneth McArdle was the associate editor of the Chicago Daily News and head of its editorial page. "He was scholarly, polished, sophisticated, learned and a very good writer," said Chicago Sun-Times columnist Ray Coffey, who worked with him. "He was very gentlemanly and a first-class journalist."

McArdle also served as Editor of Collier's from 1955 to 1957, and published A Cavalcade of Collier’s, an anthology of essays from that magazine.

 

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