The Press: Reporters Disagree

If she had not more energy, more zest than most rich women Eleanor Medill Patterson, daughter of Chicago's potent newsfamily, would never have badgered William Randolph Hearst into letting her edit his Washington Herald. (He said "No" when she wanted to buy it.) Last week Editrix Patterson, who cannot settle down in Washington but gads about the country for the fun of reporting, hinted that she had espied Professor Albert Ein stein on the Mojave Desert's brim in the nude.

". . . I was feeling rather shy and hesitant," she wrote, describing...

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