"Carl Strock has a well-deserved reputation as a tough journalist who doesn't shrink from taking on issues that everyone else tries to avoid. It has been said that the job of a journalist is to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. Throughout his long career, Carl has done just that." -- Melanie Trimble, Director, Capital Region Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union
"It's the job of the bully pulpit and the press to speak truth to power. Whether he's bringing his light of truth and humor to the foibles of a town board, the excesses of a police department, the arrogance of unions, or the human rights of Palestinians, Carl Strock brings us a fascinating story scripted with a sharp editorial pen that ultimately cost him his job." -- Rev. John Ekman, retired pastor, Presbyterian and New England Congregational Church, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
"We always urged Carl to write a book. Now he's done it, and even more people will geet to enjoy and appreciate his deep sense of justice and fair play. He has provided hope and comfort to many people in our community who need help trying to deal with officials who are often blinded by aggressive ambition, ignorance and even pig-headedness." -- Ernie Tetrault, retired anchorman, WRGB-TV.
A recent review by Frank S. Robinson:
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