JAPAN: Appeasement

Burly, unconventional, democratic Publisher Joseph Medill Patterson of New York's Daily News has for a long time urged on his 1,950,000 New York readers a preparedness slogan: Two Ships For One. Editor Patterson was very worried about how to defend the U. S. Atlantic Coast while the Fleet stayed in the Pacific to watch Japan.

Last week it all came clear to Captain Joe. And the person who made it clear was his elegant, conventional, unsocial cousin, Publisher Robert Rutherford Mc-Cormick of the Chicago Tribune. Cousins Bertie and Joe have seldom agreed on editorial policy. In the last two elections,...

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