Time (magazine) should make enemies and Life (magazine) should make friends.
A missionary deals with all the important people in the community, but he's never really one of them.
Business, more than any other occupation, is a continual dealing with the future; it is a continual calculation, an instinctive exercise in foresight.
Do you want a cheap, shallow, provincial America? Or do you want an America where the ideal of excellence is at home?
Everything we know, from the atom to the stars, calls us to leave our comfortable habitations which no longer comfort us, and to strike forth on a pilgrimage to a new civilization.
I do not know any problem in journalism which can be usefully isolated from the profoundest questions of man's fate.
It's easier to teach a poet how to read a balance sheet than it is to teach an accountant how to write.
Journalism is the art of collecting varying kinds of information (commonly called news) which a few people possess and of transmitting it to a much larger number of people who are supposed to desire to share it.
Not much longer shall we have time for reading lessons of the past. An inexorable present calls us to the defense of a great future.
People in America are, for the most part, poorly informed.
Publishing is a business, but journalism never was and is not essentially a business. Nor is it a profession.
Show me a man who claims he is objective and I'll show you a man with illusions.
The American daydream has ended- or at least we are seeing the end of the American lead-pipe cinch.
There are men who can write poetry, and there are men who can read balance sheets. The men who can read balance sheets cannot write.
We have thought, and we think, that there is a world of meaning still to be realized from the principles which gave this country birth. A world of meaning for us and, equally, a wealth of meaning for the world.
We tell the truth as we see it.
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