The Press: Personal Puff

The masculinity of U. S. newspapers is as proverbial as the femininity of U. S. magazines.. For years magazines have catered more and more to women's taste in fiction, fashions, photography, pornography; newspapers have come bravely to the defense of the fading male. Ever since the days when horsewhips and double-derringers dictated the editorial policies of the better southern and western papers, editors have denounced everything that smacked of the foppish, the exquisite, and, above all, the epicene. Last week, to one of the editorial writers of the Chicago Tribune, came...

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