The Press: Editors' Line-Up

Four years ago, when Franklin Roosevelt won his second campaign for the Presidency by the greatest landslide in U. S. history, a major part of the press was against him. New Dealers made many a snide crack about the waning power of the press, created the impression that their man had romped home in spite of the concerted efforts of 85% of the nation's newspapers.

That any such array of power confronted Mr. Roosevelt in 1936 was a myth exploded last week by Editor & Publisher. In a survey of press sentiment for & against a third term. Editor & Publisher inserted...

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