Signs of the Times

The Times

Sir William J. Haley, EditorThe Times, London in an address to the British Oxygen Croup of Companies

The facts that words and pictures can now travel everywhere simultaneously (and newspapers only a trifle slower); and that papers can be turned out by the million and books by the hundred thousand; that men and women, goods and armies, mails and missiles, can be almost anywhere on the globe—and off it—in twenty-four hours, are the most remarkable and challenging developments of our time.

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