He thought that H.L. Hunt and some of the big companies there had been involved.
From H.L. Mencken: The Days Trilogy, Expanded Edition, edited by Marion Elizabeth Rodgers and published by The Library of America.
H.L. Mencken, admittedly a fast man with a hyperbolic comparison, thought him more profound than Henry James.
There will also be more classics from the likes of Jimmy Breslin, H.L. Mencken, Ernie Pyle, Murray Kempton, and more.
As H.L. Mencken wrote, “There is little in New York that does not spring from money.”
H.L. Mencken famously defined puritanism as “the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.”