Journalists Used to Correct Their Mistakes

David Harsanyi, writing for National Review, accuses journalists Nina Totenberg and Jane Mayer of playing fast and loose with the facts in an ideologically motivated effort to discredit a conservative Surpreme Court. Harsanyi compares their misguided efforts to Walter Cronkite’s exaggeration of the number of back-alley abortion deaths in 1965, a false number that flavored the abortion debate for years thereafter.

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