Fit to Print: A.M. Rosenthal and His Times

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L. Stuart, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 486 pages
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Examines Rosenthal's rise to power and the enormous use of his position. It addresses the question of whether to be an effective executive, one must be both Caesar and Caligula. Rosenthal had characteristics of both Roman emperors. The Times and many persons benefitted from his many talents. Others suffered, for the editor whose byline was A.M. Rosenthal was not always the most pleasant of men, personally or professionally.

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A.M. Rosenthal, whose modest ambitions when starting college were to work for the Post Office, ended his professional life more than 40 years later as one of the most powerful persons in print ... Read full review

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Fit to Print is as much about the times as it is about the Times and about AM Rosenthal. When Punch Sulzberger took over from his brother-in-law in 1963, the New York Times did not have a budget ... Read full review


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