The Press: Lilliput

The largest paper in the world? Probably The New York Times (in bulk). Possibly the Chicago Daily News. The smallest? Probably The Moon, a weekly, published in London by the National Institute for the Blind. It has six pages, 11 x 14 inches, printed in "embossed type" and carrying something less than 800 words.


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