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Ladies of the Press: The Story of Women in Journalism by an Insider

by Ishbel Ross

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The Story of Women in Journalism by an Insider"" -- the sub title reads. And it is a swell book. Market much that of Stanley Walker's City Editor, with vast detail as to ramifications of job, limitations of opportunity -- and the women who have made good in the whole history of American journalism. Human interest stories galore -- good personality bits. A tremendously long book, but holds the interest throughout. Plus sale in vocational directions.
 
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