The Press: In London

The oldsters of Manhattan have been sighing. All their old newspaper friends are disappearing. The mania of Frank Munsey for consolidation! Either by buying or selling he disestablished three newspapers, The Globe, The Mail, The Herald, within a twelvemonth. What was Manhattan coming to?

Then Lord Rothermere arrived in the U. S.—on a visit to this country to "study journalism"—and told Manhattan something about London journalism :

"Print paper has risen to a cost almost prohibitive. Wages have increased and the general cost of production has mounted. Consolidation was the inevitable result. London...

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