The Press: Hubbub

¶When a Greek meets a Greek they start a lunch counter.

¶ It requires one pilferer to take another into custody. These things are axiomatic. To the layman it seems also true that it takes a real go-getter to go get gogetters.

In journalistic trade sheets, advertising rises to truly heroic heights ; mere ink and pulp perform prodigious feats. Boosters, hustlers, live-wires, pushers, thousands of miles apart, loudly shout or quietly whisper, hint, insinuate, brazenly state or solemnly propound their messages across the page.

On the front cover of Editor and Publisher for Aug....

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