New York Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal (left) says he has no interest in becoming executive editor. “I watched that job kill my father [Abe],” he tells Charles Kaiser. “It ruined him. It turned him into a crazy person. They all — don’t know if they go in crazy, but they all come out crazy. All of them.” PLUS: Rosenthal discusses TimesSelect, his dad’s Communist Youth Party affiliation, and Arthur Sulzberger‘s editorial page involvement.
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