Tuesday, December 10, 2002


A weeping canker on the mouth of American public life, Joe Conason chimes in on Trent Lott's past and unwittingly swerves into the truth:

...the incoming Senate majority leader's public expression of nostalgia for the era of Jim Crow and lynching passes virtually without comment. If only Drudge had given the Lott story bigger play, maybe Judy Woodruff and the Times editorial board would consider it important.

[December 9, 2002]

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