Ethics for Editors

Britt, George
August 1941
New Republic;8/25/41, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p248
Presents criticisms of editorial writers. Comments of editor Reuben Maury on the ethics of editors; Information on the fact that if newspapers today have any claim to superiority over the glibness of newsreel and radio comment, it is that hundreds of the men who write them feel a certain conviction in what they say; Details of moving-picture reviewer Howard Rushmore; Appointment of editorial writers whose opinions are congenial.


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