H. L. Mencken Audio Books

H. L. Mencken (1880–1956), Baltimore journalist, critic, and essayist, began his career on local newspapers in 1899, becoming a reporter for the Baltimore Morning Herald then serving on the staff of the Baltimore Sun. He is best known for the aggressive iconoclasm of his editorial policies, especially during the decade following World War I, when he exhibited a savagely satirical reaction against the political and cultural imperfections of the time.

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