The Press: Who's the Hypocrite?

Mr. William Randolph Hearst vindicated his reputation as a publisher. The late President Harding before his death referred publicly to a publisher who advocated one tax policy through his newspaper and another in the ear of the President.

Some time later The New York World printed a Washington despatch which carried the sentence: "Without calling any names, Mr. Harding spoke of a hypocritical publisher of a newspaper and it was understood he meant Mr. Hearst."

Last week Mr. Hearst asked The World to make correction of the statement and enclosed a photographic copy...

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