Journalist for World Freedom

Selle, Robert R.
June 2003
World & I;Jun2003, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p46
Profiles A.M. Rosenthal, former managing editor and executive editor of the 'New York Times' newspaper. Family background; Educational background; Career highlights; Reason being an American became the greatest influence in his life.


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