Press, Parliament and People

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Press, Parliament and People

By Francis Williams
Heinemann, 1946
254 pp. $8.00

A candid discussion of the proper rôle of the newspaper in a free society, with criticisms of the British press for its shortcomings and of the Government for its mistakes in wartime censorship. Mr. Williams was formerly editor of the Daily Herald and during part of the war was Controller of News and Censorship in the Ministry of Information.

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