Printed during the closing days of the newspaper's existence (the paper would be resurrected some twenty years later for Germany's second brawl); the reporting journalist could not emphasize enough how lousy the paper was with enlisted men serving in many of the most trusted positions. The reader will come away with an understanding as to how the newspaper's crew addressed their daily responsibilities and made it to the presses on time.
The high number of experienced newspapermen who wrote for the paper is astounding; writers such as Franklin P. Adams and Alexander Woolcott of The New York Tribune, Charles Phelps Cushing of The Kansas City Star, and Wilson Rogers of The Baltimore Sun.
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