The Democratic Party, which hammered away at the "one-party press" during the last campaign, this week puts out its own unusual answer. On newsstands all over the country and out to subscribers went 100,000 copies of a brand-new, 25¢, adless, pocket-size monthly: Democratic Digest, the first commercial magazine ever published by a major U.S. political party. On its cover is a Republican elephant sitting behind a desk reading from a large book titled How to Balance the Budget, while a smaller volume concealed inside is called How to Break 90. Its 112 partisan pages are a light-reading combination of barbs at...
The Press: The Democratic Digest
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