Journals, Not Newspapers

Le Senateur de Jouvenal (editor of Le Matin) in the French Senate called the attention of his compatriots to the parlous state of France's source of foreign news. According to Edwin L. James, Paris correspondent, Premier Poincaré has determined to ask the French Parliament for further subsidies for the news agencies.

The state of journalism in France is quite different from that in the United States. French journals and continental papers in general are not and do not call themselves newspapers. They deal not in news but in...

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