The Press: Doing Right by Henry

An oldtime Tammany Sachem once remarked that he would rather have the New York Times against him than for him, because the Times always leaned over backwards in reporting on its enemies. Barnstorming in Manchester, N. H. last week, Presidential Candidate Henry Wallace had reason to feel the same way.

To the 25,000 readers of the New Hampshire Morning Union (once owned by the late Frank Knox), 42-year-old Publisher William Loeb explained in a front-page editorial why he was running a two-column story on Wallace's visit. Wrote Loeb: "We are giving Henry Wallace . . . more space in our paper than...

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