The Press: Common Sense

Two magazines founded on Public Discontent have cropped up in the past year. One called Brass Tacks is four months old. Another. National Spotlight, edited by muckraking Walter William Liggett, vanished after a single appearance. This week came another, a 15¢ fortnightly on pulp stock named Common Sense, in which Writer Liggett again was the most conspicuous contributor. But Common Sense was distinguished by other characteristics. Its founders and chief editors are 27-year-old Alfred Mitchell Bingham, Yale law graduate, son of Republican Senator-reject Hiram Bingham of Connecticut; Selden Rodman, founder and former editor...

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