Arthur Brisbane

Arthur Brisbane (December 12, 1864 – December 25, 1936) was one of the best known American newspaper editors of the 20th century as well as a real estate investor. He was also a speech writer, orator, and public relations professional who coached many famous business people of his time in the field of public relations, particularly Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and John D. Rockefeller.

Three Water Drops Converse by Arthur Brisbane

Story type: EssayThree drops of water, stranded in a crevice on the side of an inland mountain, talked in this way:First Drop–“They say there is an ocean whence we came a ...

No Man Understands Iron by Arthur Brisbane

Story type: EssayHOW CAN WE HOPE TO UNDERSTAND GOD?Is there laughter in heaven–or can nothing move the eternalheavenly calm?If mirth exists among the perpetually blissful ...

Why Are All Men Gamblers? by Arthur Brisbane

Story type: EssayThe annual report of the gambling house at Monte Carlo shows a profit of about $5,000,000.A large collection of human beings travel from all parts of the ...