October 2012 Archive

Arthur O Sulzberger

What The New York Times Really Lost With The Passing Of Arthur O Sulzberger

By Michael Wolff: In Punch Sulzberger, the Times had a proprietor with the good sense to leave well alone. If only his son had such wisdom.

An anti-austerity protest in Spain

“Good” Austerity Chiefs, “Bad” Austerity Chiefs

By Costas Panayotakis: As Greek governments continue to set new records in the realm of economic policy brutality, Greece’s status is beginning to change. No longer ...

AP Illegal-Undocumented

Linguists Tell New York Times That ‘Illegal’ Is Neither ‘Neutral’ nor ‘Accurate’

By Cristina Costantini: José Manuel Godínez-Samperio, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico says that he wants to be called "undocumented" because "illegal" is "dehumanizing," and "justifies the oppression against immigrants."

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger’s Times: Paper King of the Gray Lady

By Binoy Kampmark: Arthur Ochs Sulzberger has left us aged 86, though the old gray lady he was a steward to still remains, casting her lingering shadow over the publishing world, wrinkles and all.