James Greenfield, globe-trotting reporter and New York Times editor, dies at 99


James L. Greenfield, an urbane journalist who covered postwar world affairs for Time magazine, served as a State Department official in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, and for nearly 25 years was a senior editor of The New York Times, died on Sunday at home in the rural town of Washington, Connecticut. He was 99.

The cause was kidney failure, his wife, Ene Riisna, said.

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