What makes Arthur Brisbane "tick"?
Why does he, son of a wealthy man, "write down to the level of Hearstpaper readers"?
How much money does he make?
Whence comes the "socialistic" flavor in his preachments?
Such questions had often occurred to Editor Frank Parker Stockbridge of the trade magazine The American Press. A good reporter as well as a good editor, Editor Stockbridge submitted his questions to Editor Brisbane, printed questions and answers (copyrighted by Mr. Brisbane) last week. Most significant were Editor Brisbane's replies concerning the influence of...