Press: Hero & Herod (Cont'd)

Having been convulsed by the flight of Hero Charles Augustus Lindbergh " family from the Herods of U. S. lawlessness and yellow journalism, U. S. editors, who spent last fortnight proclaiming their country's inferiority to Great Britain in manners and morals (TIME. Jan. 6), maintained almost unanimous silence last week as they watched the Lindberghs run to ground like rabbits by the British Press. At Liverpool waited some 100 British newshawks and a score from the continent, ready with tugs, speedboats, airplanes and racing automobiles to circumvent any Lindbergh attempt to escape from...

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