The Press: Home Paper

Brooklyn is the only U. S. community of 2,500,000 population which has no morning newspaper. Like Oakland, Calif, on the other edge of the continent, a large part of its working populace commutes every day to the metropolis across the water. As Oaklanders read San Francisco morning papers on the ferries, so do Brooklynites read Manhattan papers in subways and elevateds. Both towns are ideal for evening "home" papers.

Few weeks ago there were three important evening papers in Brooklyn,* two of them published by...

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