The Times’ Top Editor on Mean Bosses, Liberal Biases, and the Demise of the Washington Post

By: Michael Kinsley | New Republic

For generations, the publishers of the great American newspapers were accidents of birth—sons and daughters (and assorted other relatives) who inherited their positions atop the masthead. They may have been born into their roles, but that doesn’t mean they were born for them. These latter-day Sulzbergers, Bancrofts, and Grahams looked (and acted) misplaced in their corner offices, tentative and self-conscious.

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