A. M. Rosenthal

Editor, Author

1922 – 2006

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Who was A. M. Rosenthal?

Abraham Michael "A.M." Rosenthal, born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, was a New York Times executive editor and columnist and New York Daily News columnist. He joined the New York Times in 1943 and worked for the Times for 56 years - from 1943 to 1999. Rosenthal won a Pulitzer Prize in 1960 for international reporting. As an editor at the newspaper, Rosenthal oversaw the coverage of a number of major news stories including the Vietnam war, the Pentagon Papers, and the Watergate scandal. Together with Catherine A. Fitzpatrick, he was the first westerner to visit a Soviet GULAG camp in 1988.

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Born
May 2, 1922
Sault Ste. Marie
Also known as
  • Abraham Michael "A.M." Rosenthal
  • A.M. Rosenthal
Ethnicity
  • Jewish people
Nationality
  • United States of America
  • Canada
Profession
Education
  • City College of New York
Lived in
  • Sault Ste. Marie
Died
May 10, 2006
New York City

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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