The Press: For, About and By Kids

The editors of Hoot Owl, a biweekly newspaper in Arlington, Texas, are upset, witness the following item:

"Recently, a group of adults in Boston started a magazine called Kids. It is a magazine using kids as editors. Readers of The Hoot Owl know that we came out with our first issue on August 28th of 1970 with kids as our editors. Kids published their first issue on November 30th. The point is, Kids is not an original idea. The motto of Kids magazine is 'By children for each other.' On the first issue of The Hoot Owl we introduced the motto on...

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