Richard Brockway Stolley (born October 3, 1928) is an American journalist and magazine editor. He's most well known for his work at Time magazine, which he joined in 1953. He subsequently held a number of roles at the magazine including report, writer, bureau chief, senior editor and managing editor. In addition to his work at Time, he has also been Assistant Managing Editor and Managing Editor of... more »
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It is perverse that a nation so rich should neglect its children so shamefully. Our attitude toward them is cruelly ambivalent. We are sentimental about children but in our actions do not value them. ...Richard B. Stolley (20th century), U.S. editor and child advocate. "Our Future Depends on How We Treat America's Children," Money ( May 1995).