The Press: TIME Ban

In Piccadilly Circus one day last week newsboys were heard crying: "Step right up and get it—TIME, the banned book!" Many Londoners stepped up, because, only a fortnight before, much had been made of the banning of TIME in England.

Small potatoes, as circulation itself, is TIME'S circulation abroad. Besides the 4,000 copies mailed to subscribers, some 3,300 copies have crossed the Atlantic each week for newsstand distribution in the British Isles and on the Continent. This has been chiefly for the convenience of U. S. citizens living and traveling abroad, although an...

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