The Press: Blackout at 10 Downing

In London there is a big difference of opinion between British and U.S. newsmen on how Prime Minister Churchill should deal with the press. Last week the difference broke out into the open at a London meeting of the International Press Institute. The viewpoint, and the complaint, of U.S. correspondents was bluntly stated by the New York Herald Tribune's London correspondent, Joseph Newman, who for two years had been the Trib's Moscow correspondent. Said Newman: "Ten Downing Street is perhaps as closed to the foreign press today as the Kremlin. Perhaps it is...

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