Roger Kimball has an excellent post on the Pulitzer Prize board’s decision not to revoke the award given to New York Times correspondent Walter Duranty, who concealed the evidence of Stalin’s terror famine from Times readers in the early 1930′s. Kimball is the managing editor of the New Criterion magazine, and he has posted his comment on the New Criterion’s Web blog, Armavirumque.
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