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What's happening at the New York Times? Founded in 1851, the newspaper has long been one of the most respected sources of news in the United States. But the "paper of record" has recently come under fire, with critics arguing it has sacrificed journalistic and intellectual balance in favor of correcting historic inequalities. In the process, they contend, this effort has stifled dissent and promoted social justice above all else. Defenders of the newspaper dispute these charges. The Times has indeed evolved, they argue, but that evolution has proven a strength in such tumultuous and divisive times. By casting a critically important lens on historically disenfranchised groups and maintaining its core commitment to high editorial standards and a wide breadth of reporting, they contend, the Times remains the nation's premier newspaper. But is it? Has the New York Times lost its way?
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