A 1917 article from the Post shows that Pershing may have taken a quite measured approach to the Moro confrontation in the Philippines. More
About: George Pattullo
George Pattullo (1879-1967) was a magazine and newspaper writer, as well as the author of western-themed fiction. During World War I, he was a special correspondent for the Saturday Evening Post with the American Expeditionary Force.
Americans are responsible for most of the troubles in the region, argued a Post reporter in 1917. More
In 1919, Americans blamed the Boston police force and its new union for the turmoil that followed a two-day police strike. Post reporter George Pattullo More
November 15, 1919 It became that instantly. For more than a year events had been shaping toward a showdown between the radical elements of organized More