The Press: Who, Me?

The American Newspaper Publishers Association, which denounced "creeping censorship" at its convention just ended (TIME, May 5), got rapped across the knuckles for the same offense. Noting that A.N.P.A. had barred reporters from its meetings on "suppression of the news," newspapering's trade magazine Editor & Publisher last week observed: "Has it ever occurred to you . . . how absurd you must appear? . . . You should practice what you preach . . ."


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