The Press: The Boys

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When Nominee Hoover, who is none too fond of newsgatherers, apostrophized "those invisible millions," the radio audience, it was perhaps with the hope that some day a Nominee's baby-patting, pipe-smoking and flycasting will not have to be overseen by newsgatherers clutching shorthand pads and cinema cranks. Perhaps, some day, contact between the People and their servants can be maintained directly, by colored-wireless-television or something. Then, at scheduled moments during the day or week, the Nominee can simply take off his invisible-silencing-suit or whatever device has been provided for his...

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