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I'm Not Hopeful About COP21 in Paris

[A version of this appeared Nov. 29 in Yale Climate Connections]     Starting November 30, some 45,000-plus interested parties converge in Paris to try to influence the final form of what is supposed to be a universal agreement among nations on how to address the unfolding threat ...

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From Ursula K. Le Guin's review in The New York Times Book Review "In his reporting of the vituperation, the increasing defensiveness of experimenters and the bad faith of some critics, the sensationalism and sentimentalism of much media coverage, Mr. Linden's candor and fair-mindedness contrastwonderfully with the prejudice and paranoia he describes. He does not pretend, however, to stand above the battle; his concern is ethical and urgent. . . . Kind, quiet and fair, Mr. Linden's book is not only a diagnosis of the cruelty and confusion it describes, but also an antidote. It is pleasant to hope that its success might be a sign of returning health." The New York Times chose Silent Partners as a notable book in 1986.

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Mr. Trump has now yanked the credentials of several newspapers, magazine, and digital news sites. Apart from adding the role of a free press to the fast-expanding list of topics on which he reveals collosal ignorance, this also shows his complete naivety about how the system works. The way to improve your coverage is not to exclude journalists, but to keep them close, and let the Stockholm Syndrome work its magic. So keep going Donald (Jim Rutenberg of The New York Times reports that he nearing the point of banning its journalists) and we might get real fair and balanced coverage of his campaign!
 



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