In Training

Since Plato's day, the complaint has frequently been pronounced that we train physicians, musicians, educators and circus clowns, but we do not train men to be statesmen and leaders of the people. It is equally true that we do not train newspaper publishers who undertake to mould public opinion. Nevertheless, William Randolph Hearst has his ideas on the subject.

Recently one of Mr. Hearst's Manhattan properties published a picture of a group of his press hands. They were seated on a staircase in their working clothes, with...

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