June 7, 2003

THE GUARDIAN EXPLAINS ITSELF on the Wolfowitz matter, which it calls a “nasty slip.”

I have to say that although the Guardian’s publication of that story — and of the erroneous Jack Straw story the same week — demonstrated a certain over-eagerness to believe the worst about people it doesn’t like on the basis of extremely weak evidence, its response has been very admirable.

UPDATE: Roger Simon says I’m too kind to The Guardian.

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