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Strategies for a discontinuous future.












Thursday, October 23, 2003
 


The NYT agrees that a Pulitzer Prize awarded in 1932 because of fawning coverage of the Soviet Union under Stalin can be revoked, or taken back, or something. Now, I'm hardly a defender of Stalin - but it's interesting to note that we slip closer and closer to the memory hole every day.

-- umair // 8:42 PM //


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