The Press: Censorship Fantasia

A group of crack Washington correspondents last week practically blew the roof on censorship. They had just finished a 24-day tour of leading war plants as guests of the National Association of Manufacturers. Their wrath was aimed not at N.A.M. but at the six Army officers who accompanied them as censors (of the one Navy censor who went along they thought better).

Said the Chicago Sun's W. A. S. Douglas at the N.A.M.'s farewell dinner in Buffalo: "Our office has wasted its money and we have wasted our time on this trip, because of...

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