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J. Montgomery Curtis

Director of the American Press Institute in the 1960's


I think the public will more and more reject those newspapers which do not have a basic respect for the news and which fill their inside columns with trivia. Many such papers have died or been absorbed. That is the final penalty for failure in fulfilling the responsibility.

1960 - from a speech to the American Press Institute