- Per ardua ad Astor
- Waldorf Astor had set up a charitable trust to protect the paper from disagreeable predators, with statutes that prevented it from making a profit or borrowing money.
- David Astor: transformative Observer editor and founder of Amnesty International
- David Astor couldn't help being born rich any more than most of the rest of us can help being coming into this world on the other side of the tracks.
- Former Synovus CEO talks with Athens Academy students about servant leadership
- The hotel guest was William Waldorf Astor, who went on to build the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York, and the clerk, George C. Boldt, was called in to manage the facility.
- Newspaper correction goes viral as people ask, “Was anything in this Guardian
- A review of David Astor: A Life in Print, a biography of the former editor of the Observer, contained a number of errors (20 February, page 7, Review).
- David Astor the 'other-wordly' journalist who helped to save Nelson Mandela's life
- His father, Waldorf, had been a Tory MP and his mother was the American Nancy Astor. As Lewis reveals, Nancy was domineering. She disliked her son's liberal-Leftish sympathies, and they had a fractious relationship.
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