The Press: Times Change in Moscow

What is the most important news story in the world today? Russia, says the New York Times's Publisher Arthur Hays Sulzberger. And how many men has the Times got on it? One—and the paper had a hard time getting that one in.

It took ex-Theater Critic Brooks Atkinson six months and a personal cablegram to Joseph Stalin to get accredited to Moscow. Even before he left New York, the Times began going through the red tape necessary to get his successor in. Last week the Times succeeded. It had taken nearly a year and...

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