Ben Bradlee was a renowned American newspaperman. From 1968 to 1991, he served as the executive editor of ‘The Washington Post.’ During the presidency of Richard Nixon, Bradlee gained a lot of prominence as he administered the publication of Bob Woodward and challenged the federal government over Pentagon Papers right to publication. He was also a proponent of the study of history and education. He also worked as an active trustee on the boards of various major archaeological, educational, and historical research institutions. Following is a list of notable and quotable quotes and sayings by Ben Bradlee which have been excerpted from his works, thoughts, interviews, speeches, public utterances, and life.