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Illustrates why millions of Americans abandoned a decaying decrepit publication and embraced the Wall Street Journal.Published 1 month ago by Jack L. Boyle
McGowan well researched book takes the clothes off the Gray Lady.Published 3 months ago by Robert J. Gill
Sad history of the decline of the New York Times and how objectivity was thrown overboard in favor of a heavily progressive agenda, and which caused crisis after crisis because of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by G Bell
Relentlesslly and excessive negative. Protracted attacks on AOS, Jr. to the point of ad nauseum. Did not understand the marketing implications of the soft features and added... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Robert Czufin
I had high hopes for this book but gave up about half way through, pretty much disgusted.
I kind of enjoyed the takedown of Sulzberger Jr. Read more
If you are reasonably informed on news and events, this book will tell you relatively little that you didn't already know. Not recommended.Published 18 months ago by Stephen Harris
The title of this review denotes my opinion of the institution William McGowan writes about in this highly readable volume. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by David S. Levine