In This Review

Report on the British Press
Report on the British Press
By
Political and Economic Planning, 1938, 333 pp.

This book will be read with close attention by all persons interested in the formation and guidance of public opinion. On the whole it is a candid and well-written critique of all aspects of the British press: financial, political, social and legal. Its authors could, however, have gone a little more diligently into the question of government censorship, formal and informal.