The Press: Free Flow

Newsmen who want an unrestricted flow of news between nations in the postwar world got good news last week. To most, the press law adopted by the De Gaulle government at Algiers last July, restricting the flow of world news into liberated France, sounded dangerously authoritarian. In Paris last week André La Guerre, director of the foreign press services of the French Commissariat of Information, announced that distribution of world news to French papers was no longer a monopoly of the official French Press Agency. That right, said La Guerre, has been...

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