The Press: The Editor-in-Chief

President Harding brought back from Alaska not only an appreciation of Alaskan problems but an admiration for the Alaskan press. He told the Seattle Press Club:

" I found myself involuntarily doffing my hat to the editor and publisher who succeeds in maintaining a daily issue in a town of 800 to 1,200 people, where the circulation maximum cannot exceed 200 to 300 copies.

" Doubtless the Alaskan community is quite as well nourished mentally with its restricted news diet as are some of us who find our nauseated way, if we read...

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