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Andrew Sullivan: See You Next Friday
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Andrew Sullivan: See You Next Friday

Published: July 17, 2020  |  8 min read, 1564 words
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The good news is that my last column in this space is not about “cancel culture.” Well, almost. I agree with some of the critics that it’s a little nuts to say I’ve just been “canceled,” sent into oblivion and exile for some alleged sin. I haven’t. I’m just no longer going to be writing for a magazine that has every right to hire and fire anyone it wants when it comes to the content of what it wants to publish. The quality of my work does not appear to be the problem. I have a long essay in the coming print magazine on how plagues change societies, after all. I have written some of the... READ MORE
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July 28, 2020
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Being that this is just pure opinion, there is not much to look at from a facts perspective. Having said that, I agree somewhat here, and the opinions expressed are railing against controlled narrative journalism, which I find rather poignant, and incredibly relevant.
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July 28, 2020
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This is of course the personal opinion and writings of author Andrew Sullivan, but he speaks about his leaving nymag with great balance and nuance. He covers the difficult media landscape and how he feels he can't do his best work inside of a "critical theory" dominated newsroom. I wish Andrew luck and great success as he moves to SubStack.
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