Education: Youth Today

Many U. S. periodicals are published for adults and a few for children, but hardly any specifically address the in-between group called Youth. Reason: Youth likes to be treated as if it were grownup. Last week, however, there appeared on U. S. newsstands a new magazine called Youth Today, designed to take advantage of Youth's depression-born self-consciousness.

Youth Today, edited by Newspaperman Harry Miller, 38, father of three children, is like Reader's Digest. It condenses from grownups' newspapers and magazines articles that are believed to be particularly interesting to youth. Youth Today also...

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