The Press: A. S. N. E. Meeting

Members of the American Society of Newspaper Editors foregathered in Washington last week for their perennial three-day meeting, heard a score of speeches about censorship, pressagentry. their duty in molding public opinion. On the evening of their last day they sat down to dinner with President Hoover, whose remarks, as is customary when a chief executive speaks before the A. S. N. E., were regarded as confidential.

In addition to the honor of dining with their President, the editors took home recollections of at least two pronunciamentos that had made good copy....

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