Press: Two Wars

China and Spain have jockeyed for preferred position on the world's front pages for nearly a month, and up to last week China has had the upper hand. The Chinese war was a new upheaval; it burst squarely in the correspondents' laps; there was virtually no censorship to plague the press. Shanghai was a Richard Harding Davis dream, and newspapers pushed the good luck while it lasted. Combining enterprise with luck, the Associated Press obtained one of the most complete picture beats of the year. It got a fine shot of the bombing...

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