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Timeless stories from our 171-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
Why Alexander Hamilton would have liked Rupert Murdoch's New York Post
Television criticism is still a primitive art
Tonight: Are there two sides to every question? Back to you, Jim.
It's much more fun covering a war you can't get to
Feeding the hand that bites you
The commander of the New York Times health elite orders constant vigilance against the enemies of the body
The true story of an innocent journalist trapped inside a public relations firm
Found, in an office at the University of Texas at Dallas
The refrain of paper money in Argentina
The clich??© crisis
An irresponsible press
The press takes a dive
Keeping score in El Salvador
Walter Lippmann’s dubious legacy
Misreading the Iranian Revolution
Race problems at the New York Review of Books
The Greensboro shoot-out
Keeping up with the gerbils
The shah’s receiving line in Washington
On failing to go to the medicine show
An encounter with Islamic justice
The First Amendment makes strange bedfellows
Competition in the intelligence markets
Propaganda dressed in the robes of the law
The world according to Gallup
Religion and its role in class division
Most American intellectuals adhere to a repressive code