The Press: A.N.P.A.

The American Newspaper Publishers Association met in annual convention last week in Manhattan's lush Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. All conventions make reports, pass resolutions, let off steam in general, and the A.N.P.A. meeting was no exception. Last week's meeting, however, was more hot air than steam, more dull ditchwater than racing current. Principal subject of contemplation was Freedom of the Press.

A.N.P.A.'s committee on the subject noted only one development in the past year to which it could point with pride: a Supreme Court decision which gave Alma Lovell, a member of Jehovah's Witnesses, and all...

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