The Press: Foxy Father

In three years of encounters with the press, Charles Augustus Lindbergh has had ample opportunity to learn the ways of newshawks. Also in that time he has formed two categories of newspapers: "good" papers on the one hand, Hearst-papers and tabloids on the other. Last week Col. Lindbergh essayed to turn his experience to his own purposes, to reward the papers whose tactics he approved; to punish those which he felt had most energetically badgered himself & family. The prize, to be bestowed or withheld: first...

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