The Press: Apology

Some time ago (TIME, Feb. 4) William Randolph Hearst secured an apology from The New York World for saying that he was understood to be the publisher to whom President Harding had referred as saying one thing in private conversation and another thing in his paper. Not content with one apology, Mr. Hearst brought libel suit in England and secured an apology for the same remark from the Associated Newspapers, Ltd., and the Continental Daily Mail. Having produced a letter from the late President showing the assertion to be false, Mr. Hearst...

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