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Husband-and-wife team Susan Tifft and Alex Jones go back over a hundred years to trace four generations of the Ochs (“ox”) and Sulzberger families, who founded the New York Times in 1896 and still run it today. Their book is called, “The Trust: The Private and Powerful Family Behind The New York Times” (Little, Brown).
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