The Press: Oldest to Camrose

There is no newspaper in America that can compare with the London Morning Post. Oldest daily in the British Empire, it was established three years before the American Revolution. Coleridge, Lamb and Wordsworth were among its writers. Imperialist and conservative, it snorted bitterly against any change even in its own party. Alongside this crusty diehard, the New York Herald Tribune might easily be mistaken for the Communist Daily Worker. Sad was the day in plush British drawing rooms when the Morning Post began to limp. After the Depression it reduced its price from...

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