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Better Off Red?

Twenty Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Recalling the Liberal Media's Blindness to the Evils of Communism

Pravda on the Potomac: Wash. Post Book Review Tears down Reagan, Fall of Communism

Near anniversary of Berlin Wall collapse, Gerald DeGroot suggests Eastern Bloc countries aren't really better off with a free market economy.

Defacing Obama's Photo Embarrassment to a College?

Plus Rush the Racist? and Why Won't Israel Talk to Group Committed to Its Annihilation

Huh? China's Anti-Communist "Liberals" Battle Communist "Conservatives"?

Labeling confusion: In a profile of China dissident Du Daozheng, the Times calls the noble dissenters "liberals" and the authoritarian Communist regime "conservative" without clarifying that in ...

Communist China's "Tenacity" (?) in Enforcing Environmental Edicts

Michael Wines on the bright side of Communist rule - no pesky "political machinery" to worry about: "In the past decade...authorities have moved against air pollution problems with a tenacity that ...

Newsweek Seriously Asks: 'Was Russia Better Off Red?'

The October 12 issue of Newsweek asked: "Was Russia Better Off Red?" The "Back Story" page of the magazine featured a graphic comparing life under communism to now: "Since the collapse of the ...

Stalinist Paul Robeson Again Hailed As a "Giant of the Civil Rights Movement"

Columnist Peter Applebome devotes a single sentence to actor-singer Paul Robeson's Stalinism, then ludicrously calls Robeson an "uncompromising human rights advocate."

Karl Marx Is 'Back in Vogue,' Times Book Reviewer Enthuses

The Times' Dwight Garner rhapsodizes over a revisionist biography of Engels, the friendly, "jovial" co-writer of "The Communist Manifesto."

The Times Fails to Call Genocidal Khmer Rouge Regime "Communist"

Reporter Seth Mydans reverts to old bad habits in his followup story on a trial in Cambodia of a Khmer Rouge torturer.
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