Press: Fawcett v. Macfadden

There is just so much room on a newsstand. The more space a magazine gets on that stand, the more copies it is likely to sell. Preferred position is along the front of the stand, and lately the heavy-selling picture magazines have been crowding into those limited positions, upsetting some established applecarts and setting the nerves of most magazine circulation people on edge. When conditions are toughest, not the least uncommon trade practice of many magazines is to send representatives from stand to stand, shoving competitors' products aside, bringing their own magazines to...

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