The Press: Humanizer

Personal journalism is not what it used to be. The press is too crowded to afford subtlety, quiet wisdom or even sound brilliance an advantageous setting. The only voices heard above the tumult are the loudspeakers and loudness is usually the mother of mediocrity.

But what business man would venture to call Editor Bertie Charles Forbes of Forbes (bimonthly) "For Busy Business Men," a mediocrity? And what stroke of journalism, however loud, could have been more personal than one wrought by Editor Bertie Charles Forbes last week,...

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