James Hoge: He Led Two Big City Tabloids and Was Editor of Foreign Affairs Magazine

From a New York Times obit by Clyde Haberman headlined “James Hoge, Who Led 2 Big City Tabloids, Dies at 87”:

James Hoge, who was a blue-blooded editor and publisher of blue-collar newspapers in Chicago and New York for a quarter-century and then long guided a leading journal on international relations, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. He was 87.

His son James Patrick Hoge confirmed the death, at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, but did not specify the cause. Mr. Hoge’s death came four weeks after that of his younger brother, Warren, a former foreign correspondent and top editor at The New York Times.