The Press: Publishers' Code (Cont'd)

Last week in Washington the American Newspaper Publishers' Association and the Blue Eagle came to final terms. A. N. P. A.'s President Howard Davis, anxious to end four weeks of wrangling, submitted a "temporary" code by which publishers could officially receive their eagles, got it approved by Administrator Johnson pending a hearing. It stipulated that publishers would not be bound by any requirements which might impair the Freedom of the Press, thus quieting a controversy raised by newspapermen who feared the licensing powers of NRA. It included (but left for future...

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