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Ira Stoll  

Ira Stoll is author of Samuel Adams: A Life (Free Press, 2008). He was vice president and managing editor of the New York Sun, which he helped to found, from its debut in 2002 until its demise in 2008. Before that he was a consultant to the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal, North American editor of the Jerusalem Post, editor of, Washington correspondent and then managing editor of the Forward, and a reporter for the Los Angeles Times. He is a graduate of Harvard, where he was president of the Harvard Crimson. He lives in New York City.
  • Trading frequency: Infrequent
  • Interests: Bonds, Mutual funds, Stocks - long
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Samuel Adams: A Life Christianity Today called it “brilliant,” the New York Post called it “Engaging...compelling,” The Wall Street Journal called it “pithy and well-researched,” The Weekly Standard called it “sprightly,” National Review called it “admirable,” and the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star wrote, “If you are a student of ...More