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Takes The Wrong Kind

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Parent Issue
Day
25
Month
November
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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One of the speakers afc the Webster Parmer'e Club ileetiwg, on the 14th Inst. deplored the alleged fact that "newspapers as a rule are full of tilood and thunder sort of stuff." That person, it is fair to presume, takes tv.? wrong class of newspapers, antt Judges all by the kind he or she takeg. The asserti'on is not trae. Tfoere are newspapers of the blood and thiunder strike, the same as there are people of the same stripe. But the majority, and the large niajority of country papers, (which really have the most influence in forminK public opinión) give thelr readers e ach week a lfterary bill of fare that is pure and wboliesome, and ontirely levoid of ''blood and thmnder ntuff." TVe can not now ■all to mind a country exchange npon our list of gome 200. ttat permite Bensational articles to appear in ita columns to any extent, or that paya BcaroeJy any attetition to local polk-e eourt news. In faet the country nowspapcr is mightiest engine In thia republic to-day in behialJ of good moráis.

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Ann Arbor Courier