Globalization and the Midwest

It probably takes the editor of a Midwestern newspaper to get away with saying something like this about Midwestern newspaper people: I’ve got a staff here of really smart newspaper people and almost none of them have probably been outside the United States. I’ve got to name one of them the foreign editor, and that person is going to have to edit the AP foreign wire, and there’s nobody here with the world view, the international sophistication, to take that wire and turn it into something meaningful for my readers. The passage comes from an interview/profile of Richard Longworth linked […]

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