The Press: In the Clouds

In the Los Angeles Mirror last week, Reader W. Roman Horning explained the heady lure of the letters-to-the-editor column. Wrote he: "I write to the editor to satisfy my ego and frustration when life is dull and the future looks dreary, when no one thinks or cares for the little man of an insignificant nature. When the editor is kind enough to put the little man's little say in the paper, it puts him up in the clouds of ecstasy."


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