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In New York, he landed in a more complex and interesting journalistic position than he might have expected. Nevins reported to work on the tenth ﬂoor of the eleven-story building on Vesey Street in southern Manhattan, located near City Hall Park and the Woolworth Tower, then the city’s tallest building, and from his vantage point he could look south over the courtyard of St. Paul’s Chapel where President George Washington had worshiped. When Nevins arrived he learned that the Nation magazine, the liberal weekly that had been started by E.
By 1928, after ﬁve years at the World and still only thirty-eight years old, Nevins had already published eight books. These volumes were compiled or written in the cracks in a journalistic schedule that was so busy that he was suspected of writing those newspapers alone. This developing split in his interests and the increasing demands on his time presented a problem. With a growing commitment to writing history, Nevins gradually became impatient with the lack of research time available in a newspaper job.
For the last six years I’ve read nothing but book reviews,’’ and before that it was Horatio Alger books, Commager joked. ’’≥Ω On another occasion, Commager asked Duus not to forward books that had arrived in the United States for him. ‘‘I shall never read them anyway,’’ [ 14 ] intellectuals and historians he crowed. ‘‘I purchased them for e√ect and out of conceit. They are in French and will look imposing on my shelves, as will some of the German books I am getting here. I shall read the English translations however, and then talk about them glibly.