The Press: Poor Journalist

Heywood Broun, who like Saint Simeon, presides over the world from the head of a column—a column which many admire—last week launched an attack against two habitual journalists, Life and Fate:

"News won't do as the sole commodity for any paper, because Life, said to be a great dramatist, is a most indifferent journalist. You cannot leave the contents of any daily publication to Fate, because so very often Fate falls down badly and comes to the office empty handed. There are days, of course, when Life turns out prodigious copy. Quakes sometimes come...

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