For more than one hundred years, a single family has controlled America's newspaper of record, setting the agenda not only for The New York Times but for the nation as well. The family's story is now revealed in a compelling narrative that dramatically evokes world events, private power struggles, and the burden and privilege of wealth and responsibility. -- The Trust was a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist. -- Time selected The Trust as one of the five best nonfiction books of the year. -- The success of Katharine Graham's Personal History, Gay Talese's The Kingdom and the Power, and David Halberstam's The Powers that Be arrests to broad interest in behind-the-scenes accounts of newspapering.