THE PRESS: Stern v. A. N. P. A.

The organization which speaks loudest and most authoritatively for U. S. newspaper publishers is the 49-year-old American Newspaper Publishers Association, comprising about 500 U. S. dailies and weeklies, a body not dominated or led by such dominant figures as William Randolph Hearst, Roy Wilson Howard or Robert Rutherford ("World's Greatest") Mc-Cormick. The first of these great men has at least made his peace with the lusty young American Newspaper Guild, the three-year-old union of editorial workers which now boasts chapters in 274 U. S. newspaper and news offices, and a total...

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