The Press: The Gospel of Truth

Sometimes an editor makes a name for himself by creating a great newspaper, and sometimes a famed man turning editor makes a name for his paper because of himself. Consider the case of James E. Ferguson, citizen of Texas (and husband of the Governess), and The Ferguson Forum. Few people, even editors, knew of The Ferguson Forum until it began to be spoken of in connection with assertions that Mr. Ferguson was using official stationery of the Governess's office to solicit advertising for his paper.

But the James E. Ferguson newspaper is as...

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