The Press: Odds & Ends: Sep. 14, 1931

Odds, Ends

¶ For 105 years the Morristown (N. J.) Jerseyman (circulation: 6,686) supported Prohibition. Last June U. S. Wets rejoiced at and nationally publicized the fact that Publisher Edward S. Little had changed the little paper's policy by writing this editorial: "We salute the 18th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States as an experiment undertaken as a glorious adventure: we say farewell to our journalistic support of it as we would say farewell to a shattered ideal. But a shattered ideal is not of much practical use." Last week the...

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