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Harry Golden’s twenty first novel was about to be published. The lesser known of his literary endeavors was a journal, initially a private publication but turning public after the end of WWII. Before its demise in 1968, The Carolina Israelite had gained an international audience, offering him a taste of popularity before his bestselling author career was launched with Only in America.
H. E. C. (Red Buck) Bryant begins a series of articles recounting his newspaper experiences as a cub reporter in Charlotte and later as a Washington correspondent, where he wrote articles to the people back home about what was going in in the nation's capital. Bryant began his career on the Charlotte Chronicle in 1895, the forerunner of the Charlotte Observer. In 1907, J. P. Caldwell, owner of the paper, sent him to Washington.