The Press: Beyond Johnson

After a two-day rest-up at his mother's home in Okmulgee, Okla., NRAdministrator Johnson, accompanied by his ubiquitous secretary, Frances ("Robbie") Robinson, swept into Chicago last week to help settle the Stock Yard strike (see p. 9) and make one of his rip-roaring speeches at the Century of Progress. Neatly stacked in his room at the Drake Hotel upon his arrival were copies of the city's four leading newspapers: Col. William Franklin Knox's Daily News; William Randolph Hearst's American and Herald & Examiner; Col. Robert Rutherford McCormick's...

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