Education: Radio Peril

In this great day of sophistication, none but a zany would say, "I know it's right because I read it in the newspapers!" The journalist's addiction to bloomers in spelling, grammar and fact have cost him not a little prestige. But radio is a new estate, and hence marvelous, and hence infallible. Moreover, its technicians are masters of such a mystery that it seems, to what Editor Arthur Brisbane calls the public's "tired brain or lack of brain," that they must surely be past masters at such child's play as correct speech. He would not be counted a zany by his...

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