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POWER OF THE PRESS

THE DANCER IN AMERICA.

A FINANCIAL AUTHORITY'S* ; . '>.}./ ■'.view:''v ■■ ■-■■• ■

(Per Press Association—Copyright).

(Received March 11, 11.20 a.m.)

WASHINGTON, March 10

Mr Samuel Untermeyer, examined by the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, defended the Bill to regulate stock exchanges. He denied that he intended thereby to Russianise the American Press. The Bill merely empowered the Postmaster-General to exclude from the mails any publication containing quotations from an improperly organised stock exchange.

Mr Untermeyer declared that the power and momentum of the American Press were, increasing so rapidly thai the danger was that the Press would Russianise; the people.

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POWER OF THE PRESS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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POWER OF THE PRESS Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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