A More Even-Handed Assessment in the Post
In stark contrast to the Times' biased one, here is fairly even-handed view of Reagan by one of his biographers, Lou Cannon, in today's Pravda.
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Pat Lynch - 6/7/2004
A habit. It's what I called it in Washington, and what I continue to call it. I didn't think it needed that much explanation. It's clearly characterized as the leading liberal newspaper in America, and normally lives up to that.
Jonathan Dresner - 6/6/2004
You've never explained, at least not here, why you incessantly refer to the Washington Post as 'Pravda'. Without explanation, it's an annoying, meaningless tic.
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