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June 24, 2008

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jj mollo

Seriously, the Press works by its own internal logic based largely on what sells. The Pinch may be biased, but he's not evil. He thinks he's doing the right thing at NYT, and for the most part it's a good paper. Chomsky may be wrong about nearly everything, may even be deceitful, but he doesn't belong on any list with Stalin and Mao.

Vindictive hyperbole is usually a feature of the extreme political activists. We really shouldn't fall into that pattern of thinking.

Frank Warner

It's only a movie.

But except for the casting, everything before "The Great Wall" is true. And there has been no apology from the publisher.

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