The Press: Innate Verecundity

Lest any doubt remain in the minds of U. S. newspapermen just why it is that Col. Charles Augustus Lindbergh disapproves of certain U. S. newspapers.* Editor Marlen Edwin Pew of Editor & Publisher (trade weekly) last week reported a talk which "I chanced to have . . . with the best-known, most-loved young man of this generation.

"I am prompted by the incident," wrote Editor Pew, "to revert again to the subject of press ethics." Editor Pew then quoted Article VI of the canons of...

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