The Press: Just What He Should Be

When a newspaper correspondent makes an error which gets published, he usually receives a thoroughgoing reprimand in private from his chief. Should he then exert himself to make amends, he is usually patted on the back and told he is "good." But, again, this is done privately. Sometimes, however, the initial fault is so grievous that the correspondent's employers feel obliged to seize the first opportunity to pat the erring one publicly, so that all may know his professional family is still proud of him.

Was such the case last week with...

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