The Press: Quien Vive?

In Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo last week, Brazilian publishers were picking up the pieces left by the wild mobs that looted, sacked and wrecked pro-Washington Luis newspaper offices at the end of Brazil's revolution (TIME, Nov. 3).

Most graphic picture of the mob attack, which accounted for the muzzling of between 50 and 60 Brazilian papers opposed to the revolution, was given by the United Press's Brazil Manager C. Arthur Powell in Editor & Publisher of last fortnight. Long trained as correspondent for the Associated...

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