The Press: Editor Bares All

For the man who reads the New York Times there is little if anything to choose between Patterson s Daily News and Macfadden's Evening Graphic. To him both are tabloids and thereby tarred with the same brush of blatant sexationalism. The fact is that the News has definite pretensions to being a newspaper; the Graphic none. Somewhere between the two but perceptibly nearer the News, falls the Hearst-Kobler Daily Mirror.

If the distinction between Mirror and Graphic is hazy to the chance observer, it is bold as a banner headline to Editor Emile...

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