Letters, Feb. 22, 1954

Milwaukee's Fair Lady

Sir:

There ought to be more Harry J. Grants and Milwaukee Journals around the country [TIME, Feb. 1]. The decline of some of the finest cities in the nation can be directly attributed to newspapers that have slipped to fat and voiceless advertising sheets. Community leadership among them is so weak that even groups of women have-been able to raise louder voices of protest.

JOSEPH A. PARKER Troy, N.Y.

Sir:

Your article on the Milwaukee Journal boils down to this: 1) it is a rich paper and can afford to offend anyone, thus it is not fearless; 2) it is successful because it...

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