The Press: Public Service

"First in public service" is the slogan of The New York World. In Manhattan The Times is famous for its "comprehensiveness"; The Tribune for its "features"—Briggs, Darling, Grantland Rice, Mark Sullivan, Don Marquis, "Young Boswell"; The Herald for its Munsianism; The American for its sensationalism and its comics; and The News for the fact that it is read by 500,000 people, all gum-chewers.

The World is "first in public service." And one of the services it has just performed is to introduce into the New York state legislature (through Senator Walker) an Anti-Ku...

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