The Press: In St. Paul

St. Paul, Minnesota capital, has a newspaper, The St. Paul Pioneer Press. It is the usual stodgy and amorphous compendium of local accidents, arrests, entertainments, boiler-plate hokus-pokus from New York, syndicated national news service. Like the papers of other middle-sized middle-western cities, The St. Paul Pioneer Press functions, apparently, on the assumption that few events that happen in Europe are important enough to be told to the people of St. Paul.

St. Paul has a Mayor. He is only 30—the youngest mayor ever elected there. An American Legion man, popular in his...

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