The Press: Tabloid

Of all the things for which the hearts of tabloid newspaper editors currently yearn, one of the dearest is news—or even the barest rumor, hint or factitious mention—of a baby which tabloidom hopes and prays is soon going to be born to the Charles Augustus Lindberghs. Evidence of the depth of this yearning was furnished last week by the New York Daily News. When Col. Lindbergh landed at Newark Airport with Dwight Whitney Morrow, that famed father-in-law who wants to be nominated for the Senate by New Jersey's Republicans beckoned to him for...

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