The Press: Ten Biggest

Choosing the Ten Biggest News Stories of 1933, International News Service, Universal News Service and managing editors of Associated Press and United Press newspapers agreed on five:

1) Repeal.

2) Recognition of Russia.

3) Bank Holiday.

4) Akron disaster.

5) Attempted assassination of President Roosevelt which resulted in the death of Chicago's Mayor Cermak.

A. P., U. P. and INS agreed also on the Roosevelt Recovery program. Hitler's rise to power. Other "biggest'' stories, chosen by one or more: California earthquake (TIME, March 20; April 3), San Jose lynchings (TIME, Dec. 4), death of...

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