Press: Dandelions

Like new games and Labor troubles, new magazines, particularly pocket-sized ones, have sprouted like dandelions across the green fields of the nation's economic recovery.* So far new games and the Labor troubles seem likely to outlast most of the magazines. Last week three more pocket-sized periodicals, all monthlies, all 25¢, all without advertising, were in evidence. First to dandelion onto U. S. newsstands was They Say, a yellow-jacketed, staff-written journal of opinion featuring "the views ... of the audience rather than the orator, of the pews rather than the pulpit." Publisher...

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