Aug. 24, 2001 by Josh Kurtz, Staff Writer
ANNAPOLIS -- It's official: Barry Rascovar, the influential political columnist and deputy editorial page editor of The (
"The Sun paper's losing really one of the premiere columnists," said state Comptroller William Donald Schaefer, a former governor and
Rascovar, 55, accepted an early retirement package offered this summer by the Tribune Co., the Sun's
For 10 years as a reporter and 20 years as an opinion writer, Rascovar has been one of the most visible and powerful observers of
Some friends of Rascovar's privately grumble that he was the victim of a power struggle with Jacqueline Thomas, the editorial page editor who was brought in to replace Rascovar's friend and mentor, Joseph Sterne, who retired in 1998.
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