The Press: Administrator Without Code

"The first possible objection is that I am a trustee, director and stockholder in the Pulitzer Publishing Company, which publishes the St. Louis Post Dispatch. . . .

"The second possible objection is that under the conditions of the Scripps-Howard purchase of the New York World, there are certain payments still to be made. . . .

"If you appoint me to the deputy administratorship I should appreciate your publishing this letter. . . .

Ralph Pulitzer"

Modest Ralph Pulitzer's reluctance to become the deputy NRAdministrator of the newspaper code arose from the...

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