Newspapers: How Now, Dow Jones?

In what U.S. newspaper could you have read that a Broadway producer plans to include onstage sexual intercourse in a coming play? That a recording of the national anthem played in Chicago Stadium was so bad that 5,700 basketball fans were unable to repress giggles? That some Saigon soothsayers claim that President Diem died because canal diggers had chopped off the head of a dragon guarding his father's grave? The unlikely answer, as many of its more than 1,000,000 readers could verify, is the Wall Street Journal. It included those tidbits in recent front-page "leaders," the long, unhurried, magazinelike stories...

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