The Press: Broun on Colleagues

As a rule newspaper columnists ride their own political hobby horses, politely ignore the hobby-horsemanship of their colleagues. For that reason the writing craft chortled last week as Heywood Broun, in his first time out on The New Republic (TIME, Sept. 20), charged at some contemporaries not Left enough for him:

Of Walter Lippmann: "For several reasons the mind of Walter Lippmann has been open to visitors every day except Sunday, when a small admission fee is charged, and so any comment here would be superfluous. Anybody can go and see for himself. He will find the excursion listed in the guide...

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