The Press: O.K., England

For nearly a month the U. S. press has enjoyed a field day reporting the personalities, the plans, the doings and the dress of Britain's King and Queen for the benefit of kingless, queenless Americans. Last week it was the turn of the British press to report on the U. S. for the benefit of King George's and Queen Elizabeth's subjects. English newspapers made a thoroughgoing job of it.

The morning after the King and Queen arrived on U. S. soil (see p. 75), the London Times published a 32-page "United States Number" as a...

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