Press: Miller's Memoirs

To the list of roving reporters who have recently reported biographically,* last fortnight was added the European news manager of United Press. In the 332 painstaking pages of / Found No Peace,† United Pressman Webb Miller describes the troubles he has seen in his 24 years of journalism, affirms that like his boss, Roy Wilson Howard, he fears the world is in for plenty more unpleasantness.

Mr. Miller says he was a timid, colorless bumpkin when he showed up in Chicago for his first newspaper job. Sent to cover police courts, murder trials and...

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