FREEDOM OF THE PRESS TODAY by Harold L. -- Ed. Ickes

FREEDOM OF THE PRESS TODAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A forum of opinion on the press today, by leading journalists, including Bruce Bliven, Raymond Clapper, Jonathan Daniels, George Gallup, Ralph, Ingersoll, Frank Knox, William Allen White and others. Each article deals briefly with some phase of the press, the product of democracy which has the strongest responsibility to society for impartiality. From theoretical to specific, -- loaded columns, monopoly journalism, ""counting house considerations"", advertising, big business controls, the ""Press for Willkie Club"", etc. There cannot fail to be some repetition, but top men in the field have said their say and made this a stimulating discussion of an important factor in daily living.

Publisher: Vanguard