Robert L. Bartley

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Person.png Robert L. Bartley  Rdf-icon.png
(editor)
BornOctober 12, 1937
DiedDecember 10, 2003 (Age 66)

Robert Leroy Bartley (October 12, 1937 - December 10, 2003) was the editor of the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal for more than 30 years. He won a Pulitzer Prize for opinion writing and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from the Bush administration in 2003. Bartley was famed for providing a conservative interpretation of the news every day, especially regarding economic issues.[1] The Forbes Media Guide Five Hundred, 1994 states:

Editor Bartley's influence stems largely from his intelligent, fearless editorship of the Journal's editorial and op-ed pages.[2]

12 October 1937|10 December 2003| 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/197821 April 197823 April 1978US
New Jersey
Princeton University
Bilderberg/198625 April 198627 April 1986Scotland
Gleneagles Hotel
Bilderberg/19916 June 19919 June 1991Germany
Baden-Baden
Steigenberger Hotel Badischer Hof
Bilderberg/199712 June 199715 June 1997US
Lake Lanier
Georgia (state)
The 45th Bilderberg meeting

 

Events Witnessed

EventLocation(s)
Bilderberg/1960Switzerland
Bürgenstock
Bilderberg/1961Canada
Quebec
St-Castin
Bilderberg/1962Sweden
Saltsjöbaden
Bilderberg/1963France
Cannes
Hotel Martinez
Bilderberg/1964US
Virginia
Williamsburg
Bilderberg/1965Italy
Villa d'Este
Bilderberg/1966Germany
Wiesbaden
Hotel Nassauer Hof
Bilderberg/1967St John's College (Cambridge)
UK
England
Bilderberg/1968Canada
Mont Tremblant
Bilderberg/1969Denmark
Hotel Marienlyst
Elsinore
Bilderberg/1970Switzerland
Hotel Quellenhof
Bad Ragaz


References

  1. Richard Vetter, "Wall Street Journal," in Bruce Frohnen, ed. American Conservatism (2006) pp 898-99
  2. Terry Eastland, ed. Forbes Media Guide Five Hundred, 1994: A Critical Review of the Media (1994) p 276


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