Press: Retiring Spectators

"The moment the editors feel that The American Spectator is becoming a routine job, is getting dull and is similarly continuing merely as a matter of habit, they will call it a day and will retire in a body to their estates."—The American Spectator, November 1932.

". . . Well, we are tired of the job, although it has been a lot of fun. . . . So we are merrily concluding our performance."—The American Spectator, March 1935.

Thus last week Editors George Jean Nathan, Ernest Boyd, Sherwood Anderson, James Branch Cabell & Eugene O'Neill availed themselves of the "out" they had...

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