The Press: Pattern for Partnership

In a society as complex as the U.S., it takes more than one man, or one newspaper, or one committee to focus the national attention on a serious problem. While the U.S. Senate's McClellan committee has produced the national headlines on labor racketeering, it was vigilant newsmen, from Des Moines to Portland, Ore. and back to Scranton, Pa., who sparked the Senate investigation and provided the scattered local fragments (TIME, June 4, et seq.) that fell into a nationwide kaleidoscope of corruption and violence. The pattern of partnership showed sharply this week as...

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