Jan 9 2004

Are George Will’s Conflicts None of Your Business?

George F. Will, columnist for the Washington Post Writers Group, devoted his column on March 4, 2003 to the thoughts of press baron Conrad Black. After spending two paragraphs describing complaints about George W. Bush’s preparations for the invasion of Iraq, Will wrote: “Into this welter of foolishness has waded Conrad Black, a British citizen and member of the House of Lords who is a proprietor of many newspapers, including the Telegraph of London and the Sun–Times of Chicago.” Almost the entire remainder of the column is devoted to relating Black’s views on U.S. foreign policy. In the column, Will […]