Arthur Ochs Sulzberger was a name that almost any journalist who does not work for Fox News would recognize. Most HispanicLatinos never heard of him. The former publisher of The New York Times died Saturday. As soon as family members announced his death, they started receiving the usual praise that accompanies most men at the time of their deaths. By almost any measure of those who knew him, Sulzberger merited the honors that made their way to his family. This posting is not about Sulzberger. It is more about the importance of the period in journalism in which he lived his life and that his family’s newspaper nurtured. It would be interesting in a few years from now to see what is written about Rupert Murdoch, another influential publisher and Sulzberger’s contemporary.