November 1934

Two Alices in Wonderland

Volume 19, Issue 0

Once upon a time-this is a true story and not the beginning of a fairy tale-there was an officer who told a group of newspapermen that his branch of the service could "get along without the help of reporters."

Three days later he changed his mind and was afterward glad that he did.

In order to bring the reader closer to the purpose of this article, namely that of offering a few constructive suggestions on Marine Corps relations with the allpowerful press, the above incident is worthy of elaboration.

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