The Press: Howe Behind the News

Quincy Howe is a cultured, loquacious, birdlike Bostonian with a famous father (Pulitzer Prize Biographer Mark Antony DeWolfe Howe), a shrewd editorial sense, a mercurial mind. For twelve years he applied it to foreign affairs for The Living Age; for the last five it has glided around the offices of Simon & Schuster. For years Editor Howe was the No. 1 sniffer-out of British influence and propaganda in the U. S. His England Expects Every American To Do His Duty (1937) was hailed and reprinted in the Anglophobe Hearst press; his Blood Is Cheaper Than Water (1939) glibly tracked the U....

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