The Press: Newcomers

Because magazine publishers find it hardest to get advertising and subscriptions in the summer, autumn is the time to start new magazines. The New Deal, Repeal, and low costs of paper and printing helped make this year's crop larger than usual.

Out upon the newsstands at 10¢ the copy came Today, the weekly that Professor Raymond Moley left President Roosevelt's side to edit, with Vincent Astor's money behind him and Journalist V. V. McNitt's experience behind them both. "Chiselers In Action" shouted a red headband and in the cover cartoon a rotund Andrew...

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