Liberty And News

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THE POEMS OF PAUL MARIETT.
Edited with an Introduction.

A PREFACE TO POLITICS.
DRIFT AND MASTERY.
THE STAKES OF DIPLOMACY.

THE POLITICAL SCENE: An Essay
on the Victory of 1918.

In writing this tract I have dared
to believe that many things were pos-
sible because of the personal example
offered to all who practice journalism
by Mr. C. P. Scott, for over forty-five
years editor-in-chief of the Manchester
Guardian. In the light of his career it
cannot seem absurd or remote to think
of freedom and truth in relation to the
news.

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Two of the essays in this volume, “What
Modern Liberty Means” and “Liberty
and the News” were published originally
in the Atlantic Monthly. I wish to thank
Mr. Ellery Sedgwick for the encourag-
ment he gave me while writing them,
and for permission to reprint them in
this volume.

W. L.

New York City.
January i, 1920.

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