The Press: U. S. or Them?

Among U. S. editors and statesmen the prestige of Foreign Affairs, sobersided, grey-backed quarterly, is high. Its circulation is modest (9.500). When Foreign Affairs' thick-thatched, sobersided editor, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, addresses his audience, he does not hope to be heard by the U. S. at large. But sometimes Editor Armstrong has more to say than he can pack into the pages of his quarterly and wants to say it to more than his usual readers. On such occasions his thoughts overflow into a book, the fruit of studious reading, conservatively liberal thinking, alert...

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