The Press: Broun Back

The brilliant, unkempt figure of Heywood Broun lumbered back into the newspaper business again last week. For four months Mr. Broun has been writing for The Nation (which avers his contributions added 7,000 readers); other weeklies and monthlies. In August the famed columnist struck when the World refused to print columns on Sacco-Vanzetti. Bright exponent of "personal journalism," he demanded the right to write what he please. By contract obligations to the World he was helpless to write for newspapers.

Said he, returning: "I am not sorry about anything I wrote during the...