WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR by Neil MacNeil

WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The assistant managing editor of the New York Times tells the inside story of how a big newspaper is gotten out, and he makes his story grand reading. An ideal book for the boy who is considering journalism as a career, for he shows the mechanics of securing news, of preparing copy, of putting it into shape and of getting it into the hands of the public in record time. He gives the functions of the department heads, the coordination and balancing of material, the problems of censorship, of checking for accuracy, forestalling legal trouble, etc. Good reading.

Publisher: Harcourt, Brace