The Press: What's Everybody Saying?

The idea was so obvious it was surprising that no one had thought of it before: put together a magazine by subscribing to a thousand or so foreign newspapers, clipping them studiously and reprinting the richest gleanings—carefully translated, buoyed by notes and comment. Now, with 18 issues of her monthly Atlas off the press. Publisher Eleanor Davidson Wor-ley's plan has proved to be as sound as it was evident. Atlas has already passed such sober sisters as the Nation (circ.25,103) and the New Republic (40,278) with 42,000 subscribers; in the process it has earned...

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