Press: Pollyanna

Northernmost point of New York State, snug against the Canadian border, is Rouse's Point, identified in Baedeker's guidebook as a U. S. "frontier-station," in the U. S. Government's mind as a famed port of entry for Canadian liquor. Its local press is the weekly North Countryman. Last week the North Countryman charged itself, along with the rest of the U. S. Press, with "selling the Depression to the people through millions of columns of free advertising in the guise of news." The North Countryman (circ. 2,000) promised to print not another line...

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