ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Charles Corotis is a native of Philadelphia who has spent most
of his life in southern New Jersey. He resides with his wife and
three children in Moorestown, a pleasant residential community
in Burlington County started by Friends and famed as the home of
the Johnsons and the Dorrances, founders of the Victor talking
machine and Campbell soups.
a twenty-year apprenticeship in daily newspaper work, he went
out on his own in public relations, and now, ten years later,
has offices in Camden, Trenton and Newark and publishes a dozen
trade magazines and public weeklies. His column "It's All
in the Game" has appeared in daily and weekly papers in
South Jersey for twenty years. He also has written numerous
biographical and historical tracts and has been contributing
editor to several magazines.
times in the past five years his writings on behalf
of Americanism have won him awards by
Foundation of Valley Forge. Public relations-wise, he has
received citations from the National
Association of Real Estate Boards and the National
Association of Insurance Agents. His pamphlet subjects have
ranged from Peter J. McGuire, father of Labor Day (The Life
Story of a Forgotten Giant), written for the American
Federation of Labor, to New Jersey versus Alcoholism, a
treatise on a complex problem, compiled for the State.
has directed publicity in scores of election campaigns and
public referenda, including those of New Jersey's former
governor, Alfred E. Driscoll. Bipartisan politically, he took
part in the campaigns of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Dwight D.