Foreign News: Power of Hearst

In Moscow and in Rome last week a Russian and an Italian thanked their stars that they work for William Randolph Hearst. The Red Dictatorship and the Black had each clapped into jail a native Hearstman: in Russia, faithful Translator and Legman Zachary Levovich Mikhailov; in Rome, longtime Bureau Chief Guglielmo Emanuel. The Russian was convicted of espionage, sentenced to be shot. The Italian was kept incommunicado in a cell for 52 days while his journalist friends thought he, too, had been jugged as a spy.

Last week Hearst anxiety about the faithful Bolshevik...

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