"Men are divided everywhere into two classes. They live in two houses—the house of 'do' and the house of 'don't.' It is for the former that the American magazine must be written. The latter, who spend their time wailing about the faults of their homeland and crying that this Republic is all wickedness, do not deserve magazines." — Walter Hines Page, editor of The World's Work and a former editor of The Atlantic Monthly, 1901. Page was later a U.S. ambassador.