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  • When an American diplomat, a press officer from the U.S. embassy, made the mistake of appearing in front of Sussex University students, they attacked him with wet paint.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • The story also included a critical quote from University of Cincinnati press officer Al Kuttner: Since he’s been here, he’s only had one session with the press and there was a lot of arm twisting done to get that.

    First Man

  • “not very easy to find” UC press officer Al Kuttner quoted in ibid.

    First Man

  • Kathy Dean, a civil service press officer was bouncing up and down in front of her.

    Conferences are Murder

  • She looked up into the dark blue eyes of Shaz Morton, who was noted for managing the seemingly impossible, blending her job as a high profile television company press officer with her role as a campaigning lesbian.

    Conferences are Murder

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