A brand-new editorial management marched in this week to take charge of the Saturday Evening Post. Only a fortnight after the Post uncorked its unprecedented price boost from 5¢ to 10¢ (TIME, March 9), Editor Wesley Winans Stout abruptly quit his job, after a "disagreement on policy." With him went:
> Chief Editorial Writer Garet Garrett, a longtime Post fixture whose brooding editorials afforded the nearest thing to a bible of the isolationists.
> A(delaide) W. Neall (known to few readers as a woman), for 33 years an editorial stand-by whose name is No. 2...
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