The Public Editor
Betraying Its Own Best Interests
By CLARK HOYT
FOR nearly two weeks, The New York Times has been defending a political advertisement that critics say was an unfair shot at the American commander in Iraq.
But I think the ad violated The Times’s own written standards, and the paper now says that the advertiser got a price break it was not entitled to.
Read the rest of the New York Times’s admission of guilt.
Here is a commentary on the admission by the Times.