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Stewart Alsop

a.k.a. Stewart Johonnot Oliver Alsop Jr.

Author Code: ASJA

Born: May 17, 1914 - Avon, Connecticut, USA

Died: May 26, 1974 - Bethesda, Maryland, USA

The younger brother of Joseph Alsop, he was educated at Groton School and Yale University. After graduation, he moved to New York City and worked as an editor for Doubleday publishers. In World War II, he joined the British army because he was diagnosed with high blood pressure which the US Army would not accept. In July 1944, he was allowed to join the US Army and was sent on a mission by the OSS. He was parachuted behind enemy lines in France, and was later awarded the Croix de Guerre. Following the war, he joined his brother Joseph in writing the three-weekly column, 'Matter of Fact' for the New York Herald Tribune; Stewart covering domestic issues and Joseph, foreign affairs. After the Alsops ended their partnership in 1958, Stewart went on to write articles and a regular column for the Saturday Evening Post until 1968. That year he began writing a column for Newsweek until his death in 1974. He published several works during his career, which included Sub-Rosa: The OSS and American Espionage (1946), We Accuse (1954, Nixon and Rockefeller (1960), The Center (1968) and Stay of Execution (1973).

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