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(Hardcover: dust jacket worn)
The peculiarities of the South African Press are such that they may have been sensed only by those whose daily round is in a newspaper office.
The Press is not in the same position in South Africa as it is in other countries where the ideals of democracy are boasted.
Mr. Lindsay Smith, drawing on his many years' experience, shows in relief this most important part of the national life, examines objectively its strength and weakness, and considers whether it has failed or succeeded in its service to the public.
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