The Press: Inside the U.S. (for Britain)

Compared with the dozens of U.S. correspondents in London, no more than a bare "handful of British correspondents cover the U.S., even in war. But last week a potent British publisher had decided it was time the U.S. should be really covered for his papers.

Harddriving, shrewd Lord Beaverbrook (London Daily Express, Evening Standard) moved to double the Express' U.S. staff. He added a reporter to his one-man Washington bureau, planned to inaugurate a San Francisco office, make two or three more men available for national coverage out of New York City. Explained Cecil...

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