Press: Labor Newshawks

Biggest U. S. news story of 1937 is the resurgence of Labor. Far longer lived than the Great Flood story and even deeper in its social and political significance than President Roosevelt's battle with the Supreme Court, it is news breaking on a hundred fronts and its ultimate direction and meaning are as exciting as they are as yet unpredictable. The great process of U. S. daily journalism is fashioned along reportorial rather than interpretive lines. Therefore, the very nature of the newspaper business—as well as the diffuse and widespread nature of the...