The Press: Show

The U. S. Press spent $600,000, employed 726 journalists to write 5.000,000 words about the Republican National Convention at Chicago last week (see p. 10). For the first time at a National Convention, photographers with their safe new flashlamps were permitted to ply their trade up & down the aisles. The Associated Press cannily hired ambulances to rush its pictures from the Stadium. For all this enterprise and expenditure, there was an obvious dearth of hot news, but many a famed correspondent had a good...

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