The Press: 24 Hours to Leave

With most of the nations of the world determined to keep the others from knowing what they are up to, nowadays a foreign correspondent's job is tough. One correspondent who has had his share of trouble is Minnesota-born Frank L. Kluckhohn of the New York Times. He was the first to report direct German and Italian aid to General Franco. After several months it became impossible for him to file stories from Rebel Spain. Then the Times sent Kluckhohn to Mexico City.

In Mexico, Correspondent Kluckhohn's reports soon took on a tone unsympathetic to the Cárdenas regime. He was the first reporter...

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