The Press: Disgruntled Reader

Disgruntled Reade

"I am sending you a letter," the telephone caller told John D. B. Junor, editor of the London Sunday Express (circ. 3,766,724). "Maybe you would like to publish it." To Editor Junor, that was the understatement of the week. The very next Sunday, at the very top of the Readers' Letters column on page 4, under the headline ''I protest—" appeared the work of Junor's caller. It was signed Beaverbrook—the one man in all England who can be sure his letters to the Express will always be published.

As Express proprietor and Junor's...

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