About the Program
William McGowan argues that The New York Times has adopted a liberal ideological agenda under the tenure of current publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. By doing so, he contends, the newspaper has tarnished its reputation as a trusted news source and presents his thoughts on the need for the newspaper to reform to remain relevant. William McGowan presents his arguments in a debate with Michael Tomasky, American editor-at-large for the Guardian at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, New York.
William McGowan is the author of Coloring the News: How Political Correctness Has Corrupted American Journalism. He a former editor for Washington Monthly, whose writing has appeared in several publications, including the New York Times Magazine, National Review and the New Republic. Mr. McGowan is currently a contributor to the Wall Street Journal and fellow at the Social Philosophy and Policy Center.
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