Not to be outdone, William Randolph Hearst stepped into the publishing fray in 1895 with the New York Morning Journal, matching The World head to head in pulling out all the stops to increase circulation and ad revenue. The two publishers, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst were bitter rivals, locked in ultimately creating a war between the two newspapers. In one instance, Hearst slashed the price of the Journal down to a penny, whereby The World cost two cents.
20 Life Pleasures that are completely underrated. Having a towel hot out of the dryer for when you get out of the shower and someone to wrap you in it and rub your back. I used to do this when the kids were little and getting out of the bath. Ahh.