[Jonathan Adler, December 19, 2008 at 4:05pm] Trackbacks
A Wider Range of Views at the WSJ:
A notable change in the Wall Street Journal editorial page since Paul Gigot took the helm has been the inclusion of more perspectives on the op-ed pages. The WSJ has run articles by prominent Democrats, such as Hillary Clinton, a drug decriminalization article by Ethan Nadelman. The latter, in particular, would never have graced the WSJ's pages under the late Bob Bartley. Today's page contains a fairly devastating take on the Bush presidency by the Claremont Institute's Mark Helprin. With a wider range of views than in times past, the WSJ is even more of an indispensible read, even when it's not publishing conspirators.