The Post-War Newspaper Industry
For some time after the end of the Second World War the number of pages continued to be limited because of continuing newsprint rationing due to import restrictions. In fact, the restrictions were not finally relaxed until 1956, eleven years after the ending of the war, when competition returned and the more successful papers were able to give better value to their readers than their weaker rivals.
KeywordsMercury Straw Dispatch Thalidomide Monopoly
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