Ira Stoll

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Ira Stoll (born 1972) is editor of, a columnist for the Algemeiner and the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and he writes a syndicated column that also appears at The New York Sun, Reason, and Newsmax. He was vice president and managing editor of the daily newspaper, 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]


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  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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