Circulation of U.S. dailies during 1952 slipped a bit to 53,950,615 from
last year's record high of 54,017,958, Editor & Publisher reported last
week. Of the 1,786 daily U.S. newspapers (15 more than 1951), the 527
morning papers sold 21,159,527 copies a day, while the 1,459 evening
papers sold 32,791,088.
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