TYCOONS: Life with Henry

One day in 1916, Hearst's sententious Editor Arthur Brisbane was on his way to interview Henry Ford in Manhattan when he saw a policeman dragging a small, hard-faced U.S. sailor out of the Customs House. The sailor, just released from the Navy after a seven-year hitch, had got in a quarrel with customs men, and was knocking them down right & left until the cop subdued him. Editor Brisbane liked the bantam gamecock's looks, got him released, and took him along to meet the auto magnate. On hearing Brisbane's account of the battle,...

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