Who started readers digest?

Answer De Witt Wallace conceived the idea of a magazine with condensed articles collected from other magazines while laying in bed, recovering from injuries sustained in World War I. De Witt published the... Read More »

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Who started Reader's Digest?

William Roy DeWitt Wallace started The Reader's Digest Association in 1921, according to the magazine's corporate website. The first monthly issue was published in 1922. DeWitt (the name he went by... Read More »