The Press: End of the Conversation

''My wife," said Bruce Gould, "has a true appreciation of women. She likes women. Curiously enough, so do I. We have always believed that women are not only women but are people. They're not special creatures. They're up to their elbows in life. We just treated women as people." As editors of the Ladies' Home Journal, Charles Bruce and Beatrice Blackmar Gould wove'this simple and sympathetic creed into every issue of their magazine.

They were a remarkably effective team.

Nothing went into the Journal that did not please them both, though Bruce often bowed...

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