The Press: Journalists Under Arms

More new newspapers have been founded for the U.S. Army during the last year than for any other clientele. In Army camps, since conscription, 95 new newspapers have appeared and an unprecedented army of soldier-journalists has sprung up. Though 63 are edited by soldiers themselves, Army papers (mostly weeklies) average a surprising content of well-edited copy. (For an account of one of the best see below.)

New in Army-camp journalism is a three-month course for soldier-journalists at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas. This week were graduated its first 100 students, with Major General...

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