Press critic: NYT’s Bronner can produce stories that don’t betray his personal feelings

Los Angeles Times
“I went through his coverage, particularly during Israel’s war last year in Gaza, and found that [Ethan] Bronner treated both sides without apparent favor,” writes James Rainey. “It seems unfair and simplistic to suggest that a career of objectivity will be vaporized by his adult son’s independent choice to join the Israeli military.”

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