Letters: Aug. 18, 1930

Safe & Sane Credit

Sirs: TIME'S comment on the "staggering blow" given to the Fourth of July slaughter, (TIME, July 7) has made me mad all over. This is the first I have heard that it was [Edward W. J. Bok who had given the "staggering blow"; as I recall it the Ladies' Home Journal did very little, at least there were other periodicals did more. The Chicago Tribune deserves some credit, certainly more than the Ladies' Home Journal, but has claimed, and had given it, more than the facts warrant. All it did...

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