April 2006
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The article recalls events related to journalism in the U.S. which transpired in April 1956. Victor Reisel, "New York Mirror" labor columnist, suffered severe burns and loss of eyesight after an unidentified assailant threw acid in his face on a city street on April 7. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles spoke of the President Dwight Eisenhower administration's policy of full information, during the annual luncheon of the Associated Press on April 28.


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