Projo Admits Fault

projo Rightfully, for acts perpetrated in the 1840s:

The Journal’s own opposition to the Dorrites and its coverage of the Gordon trial, fueled by class sentiment and suspicion of immigrants in the 19th Century, were not the newspaper’s finest hour.

(Nor, on similar grounds, is today’s finest hour, as per certain comments you might find over here, or appended to any of dozens of similar articles.)

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