One thing I was disturbed by Angela was not the discrimination was her double standard with Althea. Angela excepted her to overcome the discrimination while she kept complaining about it which resulted in her inability to overcome it. It was as if she was living through her. I know that lot of country clubs discriminated against Jews but she expected Althea to overcome Forest Hills which discriminated against Ralph Bunche by winning there in 1957 and 1958and still discriminated against blacks till 1990's.I am not sure it was an article per se. Angela contacted everyone in the media she could think of and told Althea's story to anyone who'd listen. The press all over the world picked it up and ran a story, but I don't think it was a syndicated article necessarily. Angela is actually quite good at getting publicity. I don't know if that's what she did after she stopped playing tennis. I remember in the 70's and 80's she was always on British TV around Wimbledon time complaining how the All England Club had snubbed giving her membership because she was Jewish. It got really boring hearing her trot the same story out year after year. When you think what a relatively unremarkable player she was, she certainly managed to keep herself in the news.
My thought was: discrimination was there but Angela used it to get her own way. She had an Anglo-Saxon complex towards players like Angela Mortimer and others because she had an admiration for them and wanted to be like them. I look at her and she has dyed her hair blonde. Man oh Man!