HEROES: Private Cookie

The New York Daily Mirror is a rowdy tabloid which flavors its journalism with-gossip, horse-race news, a backfence approach to divorce-case testimony. But last week, to the editorial column of the Daily Mirror, war brought the season's best homily:

"This is for that legion of downy-faced kids, embryo 'whitecollar' workers, who were sitting around every office in New York about a year ago. . . .

"They were the zoot-suit wearers, the jive bombers and the jitter-bugs. . . .

"And here's what we thought of them; don't try to deny it now:

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