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The News Letter

May 16, 1935
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lems of the twentieth century require special talents and rich experience, some learning, and a knowledge of foreign countries.

The article then points out that the new “Aryan” clause for newspaper publishers puts the officials “Aryan” clause and the still stricter journalists clause in the shade. Hitherto only the hereditary class of peasants (Erbhofbauern) have been required to prove “Aryan” descent back to 1800. Of the provisions for “disanonymizing” newspaper concerns, the Frankfurter Zeitung says that in principle only sole traders and members of limited or private partnerships will have the right to publish newspapers that are not party newspapers, and they will be prohibited from taking direct or indirect subsidies.

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