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The Times on Harvard

Reviewing Harvard's new art museum, Times art critic Holland Carter writes, "enough 'classical' touches have been retained to suit a school that has always been conservative and tradition bound at its cultural core."

Mr. Carter may be right on some level in his assessment, but it depends on where you sit. Plenty of conservatives, looking at Harvard, probably see it not as "conservative and tradition bound" but rather as a liberal institution whose law school has recently given us Elizabeth Warren and Barack Obama. With its description of Harvard, the Times lets us know where it sits.


September 11 Museum Review

A front-page New York Times review of the new National September 11 Memorial Museum says of the World Trade Center twin towers: "To many people, these quarter-mile-high-structures were at best two cold, giant vertical bars of silver bullion, at worst obscene gestures of capitalist might."

Many people may think the obscene thing here is not capitalism or the architecture of the World Trade Center, but the Times critic's hostility.


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