The Press: Said Spender

Grimy pressmen will look up from their work in printing plants across the country in these next three months to see a neatly dressed stranger peering at them. If they can hear his comments above the thrash & roar of pressroom operation, they will be conscious of a precise English accent.

J. Alfred Spender, author and onetime editor of the Westminster Gazette, has come to the U. S. to study newspapers. He has come as First Senior Fellow of the American Newspaper Fellowships founded in memory of Walter Hines Page, onetime Ambassador to...

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