This article gives an overview on Everybody's Magazine (1899-1928) which focused on American society, and helped shape public opinion through investigative reporting and muckraking thereby stimulating reforms of societal problems. The magazine also made fine literature available to the masses, attracting the best writers of the day.
Munch, Janet Butler. "Everybody's Magazine," In Encyclopedia USA: The encyclopedia of the United States of America, Past and Present. Ed. by Donald W. Whisenhunt. Vol. 29. Academic International Press, 2003. pp. 1-2.