The Press: Put Up or Pay Up

A dispatch published by Britain's vast (30 papers, 9,000,000 circ.) Kemsley newspaper chain made the London Daily Worker red right up to its Communist wattles. The story said that employment of youths on Yugoslav railway construction jobs was simply a cover-up for training an international brigade to fight in Greece. Exploded a Worker columnist: "Either the Kemsley press ignores reports by its correspondents and makes up its own foreign news, or its correspondent sends material which he knows to be false."

This was the kind of irresponsible charge that the Worker's U.S. counterpart in Manhattan often makes, and that the U.S....

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