The Press: Informalcy

In his Emporia Gazette, William Allen White makes this suggestion: 'The President in the White House is having a sad time getting himself across to the people who have yanked him onto a pedestal and coated him with a plating of austerity because he has vast power. If they only would think of him as WARREN !" In his series of articles on American newspapers, appearing in The Nation, Oswald Garrison Villard last week described the Hearst press. Journals previously treated have included The Kansas City Star, The Public Ledger (Philadelphia), The...

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