The Press: French Object Lesson

"If most of the leading New York newspapers and magazines had to pack up on a day's notice and flee with their office boys, private papers, and a few of the staff somewhere west of the Mississippi, where the Times and the Herald Tribune had to dicker with the Emporia Gazette to use its presses and become two-page Kansas locals; if the Mirror and LIFE, without photographs, came out in Utah; if the Post were seized and George Backer, its publisher, and Dorothy Thompson were put in a concentration camp in the Catskills; if...

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