Nieman Reports

Summer 1957

Are Newspapers Losing The Competition For Talent?

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“The Newspaper Job” by John B. Oakes
“Are Newspapers Losing the Competition for Talent? A Journalism Dean Thinks They Are” by Norval Neil Luxon
“Bill Worthy Reports on China” by William Worthy
“Covering Red China: Not Only May We, But Can We?” by Harold R. Isaacs
“Press Neglect of the Humanities” by Howard Mumford Jones
“Canada in Washington: A Canadian Editor Views the News from Inside His Embassy” by R. A. Farquharson
“Travel Grants for Regional Editors: First Report on a Project of Southern Niemans”
“Cuban Press: Censorship Replaces Bribery” by Marvin Alisky
“Trial By Newspaper” by Joseph M. Harvey
“The Lesson of Advertising” by Gerald W. Johnson
“Why I Took The First Amendment” by William A. Price
“Science, Censorship And The Public Interest” by Gerard Piel
“Women’s Magazines — Dope or Dynamite?” by Roland E. Wolseley

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