The Press: Keep Your Shirt On

At printing plants in Concord, N.H. and Dayton, Ohio, the presses had run off a third of the 11-million-copy run of the January issue of the Reader's Digest last week before they were abruptly stopped. Digest Editor DeWitt Wallace and his staff had decided, after reading the late war news, to replace the lead article on MacArthur's Korean triumph titled "The Right Man in the Right Place." (About 4,000,000 copies had already been distributed.) Collier's, with a closing five weeks in advance of publication, could not do anything about its issue. To its...

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