Arthur Hays Sulzberger
We journalists tell the public which way the cat is jumping. The public will take care of the cat.
All nations are more tolerant of their own mistakes and weaknesses than of the mistakes and weaknesses of others.
For eleven months and maybe about twenty days each year, we concentrate upon the shortcomings of others, but for a few days at the turn of the New Year we look at our own. It is a good habit.
I believe in an open mind, but not so open that your brains fall out.
Free nations with different histories, economies and a vast amount of stubborn pride will never achieve complete agreement, even when they desire the same objectives.
We tell the public which way the cat is jumping. The public will take care of the cat.
I look askance at any movement which assists in making the peacemaker among nations merely a national warrior.