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Milestones 1920s-1930s

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1933
Spring
Law Journal is launched (later becomes U.S. Law Week), with Dean Dinwoodey as its managing editor
1929
Winter
David Lawrence establishes the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) as a division of The United States Daily to cover the day-to-day workings of a young federal government
March 4

BNA launches U.S. Patent, Trademark & Copyright Reports (later called United States Patents Quarterly)

1926
March 4
The United States Daily is launched by Publisher David Lawrence