In A Farewell to Heroes, Graham doesn't capture the climate of the 1963 Post as well as he captures other things. It strikes me that the Butts-Bryant affair probably is a book unto itself, calling now, as it did then, for hard, extended reporting. I don't mean to carp. This is a moving reminiscence; indeed, a delight. And if Graham and I see the Butts-Bryant matter differently, I fall back on H.G. Wells's words to an Irish author: "The world is wide and there is room in it for both of us to be wrong."