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Ira Stoll

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Ira Stoll

Ira Stoll (born 1972) is editor of He was vice president and managing editor of The New York Sun, which was published from 2002 to 2008.[1] Previously, he served as Washington correspondent and managing editor of The Forward and as North American editor of the Jerusalem Post. He is a graduate of Worcester Academy and Harvard University, where he graduated from in 1994 and served as president of the Crimson.[2]


  • Bibliography 1
    • Non Fiction 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3


Non Fiction

  • Samuel Adams: A Life (2008)
  • JFK, Conservative (2013)


  1. ^ Canfield, Kevin. (16 April 2002). 52 YEARS LATER, THE NEW YORK SUN RISES AGAIN, The Hartford Courant, Retrieved December 4, 2010 ("The Sun will be guided by a young managing editor named Ira Stoll. Just 29, he is a former Los Angeles Times man who, like Lipsky, comes from The Forward. Stoll runs a website called, which does a little bit of critiquing and nipping at the heels of The New York Times. He is said to be a hard- charging sort.")
  2. ^ Stoll, Ira E. (25 June 1993) Ugh! Reporters Interviewing Reporters, Harvard Crimson, Retrieved December 4, 2010

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