Questions Asked

Last week the New York Times carried at the head of its Lost & Found column: "The phrase 'No questions asked,' or its equivalent, is not acceptable in advertisements." The American Association of Legal Authors had persuaded the Times that the old, standard promise was an encouragement to thieves. The Association seeks to urge the idea upon the entire U. S. press.


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