Religion: Bias

Last month America, influential Jesuit weekly, announced a Bias Contest, with cash prizes for readers who found the worst examples of anti-Catholic bias in a month's reading of the U. S. press (TIME, March 7). Wrote Rev. John A. Toomey, S.J., in announcing the contest: "It is anti-Catholic bias if it misleads readers on any Catholic question." Last week, announcing the prizewinners, America attributed bias to the following publications, in the following order: 1) Bergen Evening Record (Hackensack, N. J.), 2) The Apprentice (New York University undergraduate magazine), 3) Ladies' Home Journal, 4) Fact Digest, 5) Esquire, 6) Foreign Affairs, 7)...

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