The Press: Battle of Newspapers

Homer would have liked to work on the Tribune. . . . So would Horace. . . . So would Balzac, Addison, Samuel Johnson, Dickens, Hardy, Kipling and Mark Twain—The W.G.N., a handbook on the 75th anniversary (1922) of the Chicago Tribune.

Because a lot of other people, including Marshall Field III, want in a different sense to work on the Tribune, a rival Chicago paper is about to be launched. But when Marshall Field begins working on the Tribune, the Tribune's towering Colonel Robert Rutherford Mc-Cormick will begin working on the Field paper....

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