The Press: Military Critics

Admiral Sims is agitated because there "is not a competent military critic on any newspaper in the United States, while on the other side (of the Atlantic) there isn't a newspaper without one." The New York Globe, believing this situation to be a godsend rather than a calamity, has the following to say:

"These military critics who are to be found in the European press are about as great a nuisance as the journalism of Europe knows. Each one sees a new danger every week. Each one has a new bright idea for...

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