The Press: A Disgusting Lie

"The article in TIME magazine about the President of Chile may have been based on imperfect information and erred otherwise. . . . But a 'disgusting lie' is an accusation of outright, deliberate falsehood. TIME hardly needs any defense from such an accusation even though it issues from the White House."—Boston Herald.

"It was unfortunate that just before his death an American magazine, TIME, printed an article about the President that Chileans considered an affront. . . . We trust that the people of Chile will accept Roosevelt's apology for the article. . . ."—Philadelphia Record.

"Personally we could detect no malice in...

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