New York: New York Journal-American, . Two WW2-era Hearst editorials, reprinted from the New York Journal-American of July 31, 1938 and July 21, 1938. Hearst disparages the "racial purity" of Hitler and his allies, praises the "American Race" which he describes as strong precisely because "...we have absorbed and assimilated and transmitted the mental and physical assets of many other great peoples." The second editorial is a brief defense of Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan's reputedly unintentional trans-Atlantic 1938 flight; Hearst claims "...young Mr. Corrigan represents the spirit of America - the do or die spirit - or rather the do and do NOT DIE spirit." Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed thick paper wrappers; pp. Faint soil and wear to wrapper edges, else Very Good.