Religious Correctness and the American Press

Susan Jacoby


The Press Of The Past Was More Progressive Before I address the way today’s press does—or, more frequently, does not—incorporate a nonreligious perspective in its coverage of public issues, I would like to treat you to a sample of the kind of coverage that the “secularist perspective” received 125 years ago. On May 23, 1880, …

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