The Press: Bounced by Boycott

Into the composing room of Barcelona's La Vanguardia Espanola rushed plump Publisher Luis de Galinsoga, ordering compositors to restore his name to the paper's masthead. The compositors refused. "Do as I say," cried Galinsoga. "I'm still director of La Vanguardia." Replied the chief compositor: "Not any more you aren't."

Thus, last week, Franco-appointed Luis de Galinsoga learned that he had been fired as boss of Spain's leading newspaper. It had taken a decision of the Franco Cabinet to oust Galinsoga. That decision came almost eight months after Galician Galinsoga, an old Franco friend, had shouted insulting remarks about proud Catalonia after hearing...

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