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Day after day the Journal and the World competed with each other for the most spectacular coverage. Hearst's paper set the tone by describing "Weyler the soldier [,] ... Weyler the brute, the devastator of haciendas, the destroyer of families, and the outrager of women.... Pitiless, cold, an exterminator of men." The Journal saw no way "to prevent ..."