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The uncivil war in Wall Street: an amusing juxtaposition

For those of you who don’t get the New York Times in hard copy, or who don’t read it because you read another major newspaper… Today’s op-ed pages offer a really kind of funny sort of debate between Paul Krugman, … Continue reading

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Hi, my progressive friends and relations. Some advice

I spend a lot of time with readers’ comments both in the Daily News and the New York Times. From this — as well as from opinion pieces — I’ve picked up the mood and thinking of both progressives and, … Continue reading

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How to occupy Wall Street

Before June 20, 1986, a woman could not be a Ms. in the pages of The Times. “The top editor had persuaded the publisher, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, that the usage was a passing fad,” a groundbreaking Times editor, Betsy Wade, … Continue reading

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