The Press: Happy Holiday

The anti-Fair Deal Miami Herald (circ. 159,067) leaned over backwards to give President Truman a fair deal as he vacationed in Key West (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS). In his weekly "Editor's Notebook" column, Publisher John S. Knight wrote: "During previous vacations at Key West, you have thought the 'Editor's Notebook' was unnecessarily critical of presidential actions and decisions. In other words, when a fellow's on a holiday, he doesn't like to have his breakfast spoiled by reading uncomplimentary editorials . . . I think I understand how you feel, Mr. President, so I have asked our editors in Miami to call a...

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