Millstone was a an editor and former Washington correspondent of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He started working for The Post-Dispatch in 1956. In the 60s, he began covering Washington. In 1971, he returned back to St. Louis and worked as an editor, eventually working his way up to becoming a senior assistant managing editor.
Millstone was married to his wife Pat W. Millstone and together they had three sons named Jason, Colin, and Jeremy. He was the son of Hilda Millstone. He also had two grandchildren.
Awards and honors
He sued Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, who refused him auto insurance after an elderly neighbor reported him to police in retaliation for having Vietnam War protestors as guests. Because the investigating agency made no attempt to double-check, Millstone won a landmark court judgment of $40,000 from the firm.
- "James C. Millstone, Editor, 62". New York Times. Retrieved 25 April 2013.
- Staff report (July 18, 1977). Striking Back At the Super Snoops. Time magazine
- Mention of James Millstone's death
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