The Press: Redeployment

The New York Times is proudly conscious of its foreign news coverage. The Times has 55 full-time correspondents abroad, many more than any other U.S. newspaper. Some were sitting pretty last week after Publisher Arthur Hays Sulzberger, his eyes firmly fixed on the postwar world, had popped into Paris for a round of conferences. He and Managing Editor Edwin L. ("Jimmy") James had some plans for redeployment to meet the peace. Some new top assignments:

¶As chief foreign correspondent, Cyrus Leo Sulzberger II, a star in his own right despite the fact that...

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