The Press: Brave New World

From its first issue, six years ago, the magazine U.N. World was in the red, lost nearly a million dollars. It also veered briefly toward the red politically under its foreign-born editor, Louis Dolivet. He quit the magazine in 1950, after he had gone to Europe and been barred from reentry by the U.S. Government. Two years ago U.N. World got an overhauling by its new publisher, Roger S. Phillips, 31, scion of a wealthy Pennsylvania family (Phillips Gas & Oil Co.*). Phillips tried to make the magazine look less official (it was never connected with the U.N.), spruced it up...

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