Q: Back in the 1960s, I delivered 65 newspapers daily and had to walk only about 1 1/2 miles. After retiring two years ago, I delivered to houses in the country and drove about 100 miles to deliver 120 newspapers! Occasionally, I’d drive a city route, formerly done by paperboys, and I’d be lucky to have one house per block! That made me wonder: When was the heyday of newspaper readership? How many dailies were printed in the USA? What was the total circulation? What about today? Should we blame the internet?