Press: End of the Daily

On March 4, 1926 the United States Daily was born. A daily tabulation of Government news, presented without comment or color, it was the dullest newspaper in the land. To a limited group of businessmen, lawyers, teachers, editors, officials it was also the most useful. It always depended upon endowment. Last week, on its seventh birthday. U. S. Daily suspended publication, a victim of the hard times.

The Daily was created and published by David Lawrence, smart, conscientious, prolific Washington correspondent. Aware that such a paper could not be selfsupporting, he raised...

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