06 June 2005

when the ny times announced recently that they're going to be charging on-line readers for the op-ed columnists, i was a little disappointed, if only because i do genuinely enjoy reading paul krugman's writing. he always seemed so out of place at the times -- too liberal and way too willing to take non-mainstream positions. i loved that.
anyway, apparently the times "public editor," who's supposed to be like an ombudsman to the readers, has attacked krugman unjustly. i think james wolcottlays it out pretty well.

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