A Reader Suggests The NY Times Start On Its Own Apology Tour Before Attacking Walter Block
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Re: Jared Taylor’s article  Walter Block, Rand Paul, And The Lost American Principle Of Freedom Of Association

From "Spirit of the Fighting 69th" [Email him]

In its assault from ignorance, the NY Times attack on Prof. Block for his comments on slavery was oblivious to his sarcasm when he wrote "...slavery wasn't so bad, you could pick cotton, sing songs, be fed nice gruel, etc." 

The Times has yet to sufficiently  apologize for relegating to the back pages,


  • The "reeducation" camps of the Vietnamese Communists. 

Hypocrisy and sanctimony are the stock and trade of the NY Times and its Manhattan audience.

See previous letters from the same reader.

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