Arthur Hays Sulzberger had experienced anti-Semitism, and he was worried about his paper being perceived as too Jewish, Laurel Leff wrote in her 2005 book "Buried by the Times: The Holocaust and America's Most Important Newspaper.
In 1961, Arthur Hays Sulzberger stepped down as publisher, three years after having suffered a stroke, giving the position to his son-in-law Orvil Dryfoos.
Sulzberger was, not to put too fine a point on it, a monster (the reviewer's judgment, not the authors').
As described in The Consortium, Times publisher Arthur Hays
Sulzberger acquiesced to a CIA request that the newspaper black out its independent news coverage of the covert operation.
Publisher Arthur Hays
Sulzberger kept correspondent Sydney Gruson out of Guatemala upon the request of Allen Dulles.
Among the memo writers who move across Shepard's pages the one who leaves the strongest impression is Arthur Hays
Sulzberger, the publisher who succeeded Adolph S.
Obviously, a man's judgment cannot be better than the information on which he has based it,'' the late Arthur Hays
Sulzberger, former publisher of the New York Times, once said during a speech to fellow newspaper executives.
Sulzberger, Punch's father and Arthur's grandfather, wanted the Times to help shape American public policy.
In 1935 control passed to Ochs's son-in-law, Arthur Hays
At his death he was succeeded as publisher of the Times by his son-in-law, Arthur Hays
At Ochs 's death, he was succeeded as publisher of the New York Times by his son - in - law, Arthur Hays
At this crucial time Arthur Hays
Sulzberger, the Jewish publisher of the nation's most important newspaper, the New York Times, weighed in, taking sides in the simmering debate within the Jewish community over Zionism and its relationship to the ongoing extermination campaign.
Honorary pallbearers at his funeral included Herbert Hoover, Douglas MacArthur, Bernard Baruch, Earl Warren, and Arthur Hays
When Mike Berger died in 1959, Publisher Arthur Hays
Sulzberger urged the omission of Berger's About New York column "for the next few weeks as a notice of Mike's passing.
Sulzberger's father, Arthur Hays
Sulzberger, was publisher from 1935 to 1961 and was chairman of the board when his son became publisher.