STATES AND CITIES: Hearst v. Kelly

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Late one afternoon last week Chicago's Mayor Edward Joseph Kelly started to leave his spacious fifth-floor office at City for home when a newshawk from William Randolph Hearst's Herald & Examiner stepped up to him. "You want to see me?" asked Mayor Kelly. "Yes," replied the Hearstling. "Questions?" "Yes" Mayor Kelly turned on his heel, strode back into his office, shot over his shoulder: "There's no use your waiting around." The reporter departed. Next morning the Herex blazoned this headline across its front page:


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