The Press: Headline of the Week

From New York's impious Daily News:


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How do you get to be publisher of one of America's great newspapers? If you ask the New York Times's Arthur Hays Sulzberger, he frequently answers, "Do as I did, marry the boss's daughter."

Last week wealthy Eugene Meyer, who took over the Washington Post in 1933 and tripled its circulation by making it the best paper in the capital, stepped out to spend all his time as president of the International Bank. His successor: his son-in-law.

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