Letters, Dec. 24, 1934



As a newspaper publisher, I have read TIME ever since it was incorporated, not only to check up on the news of the week, but to make sure that I had things just right in my mind. In connection with the latter thought, I have been more or less annoyed where articles start out as a statement of fact and wind up by saying this isn't so but might have been.

I think your issue of Dec. 3 rubbed it in on me, when you came out on one page with the bald...

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