Ed Driscoll

"NYT: We Do the Thinkin' For Ya..."

As an adjunct to Kathy Shaidle’s recent Examiner piece titled, “The Vietnam War: everything you know is wrong”, Indy Jane and The People’s Cube graphically illustrate what the New York Times would have looked liked in 1943 if it was Pinch Sulzberger running the show in 1943, and not his grandfather.

(And for some thoughts on how legacy mass journalism’s collective tone changed dramatically during the course of Vietnam, ultimately becoming bifurcated from a wide swatch of its readers and country, follow the links here.)