The Press: Two for the British

A major trend in U. S. magazine publishing used to be aping the British. Lately, rapid and extraordinary changes in U. S. magazines have helped reverse the trend. Last year's two most noteworthy new British magazines were striking imitations of TIME, called Cavalcade and News Review. This month, the British reading and picture-looking public was handed two more copies of recent U. S. magazine hits. One was Coronet-sized, Esquire-angled Lilliput, "The Pocket Magazine for everyone." The other was a frank imitation of the New Yorker christened Night and Day. Both were printed on...

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