Messages to the staff of the New York World sent in 1897 by the newspaper's publisher, Joseph Pulitzer. Drawn from page 219 of W.A. Swanberg's biography, "Pulitzer."
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|"News head-line type should never be used in advertisements,|
|and advertising type should never be used for head-lines."|
|"Tammany advertisement on fourth page very bad I forbid any|
|political advertisement ... unless marked by the word advertisement|
|fully spelled out."|