Few public figures of the twentieth century have had as much written about them as American journalist, critic, and iconoclast Henry Louis Mencken (18801956). Unfortunately, as Terry Teachouts recent book The Skeptic: A Life of H. L. Mencken (2002) confirms, the biography that the Sage of Baltimore deserves remains to be published.
|Other Independent Review articles by Richard W. Wilcke
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