Books: Kodak Culture

THE FAULT OF ANGELS—Paul Horgan —Harper ($2.50). In spite of strong indications to the contrary, the U. S. still believes that Culture is a hot-house growth and can be fertilized with filthy lucre. When a tycoon turns angel and takes under his wing the perishable eggs of Art, many an ugly duckling, many a dubious chick, come squawking in to get a share of the pickings. The late Kodak tycoon, George Eastman, brooded to such good purpose that he hatched some fine, large eggs. In The Fault of Angels Author Horgan tells...

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