The Press: The Sun Hears an Echo

Like the loyal Westchester and Long Island commuters who would not think of boarding their homebound trains without it, the old (112 years) New York Sun dresses conservatively, does its huffing & puffing in genteel tones, and ordinarily abhors the idea of making a scene. It seldom surprises its small (circ. 294,000) clientele, many of whom consider the independent Democratic New York Times unforgivably radical (the Times supported Roosevelt in 1932, 1936 and 1944).

But a week ago, the Sun surprised even itself. Finally losing all patience with Harry Truman, it burst out all...

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