The Miller roast

News & Politics

It's official. Judy Miller is a dead horse -- the latest beating is delivered by Nicholas Lemann, who reduces her to a drama queen in the New Yorker:

I hardly know Miller, but it says something about her that I remember clearly the first time we met. It was in the summer of 1976, just after I had moved to Washington; .. Miller, who was then a freelance writer on the verge of being hired by the Times, was not so much ideological as eager to let you know that she travelled in a world of international intrigue and important people�the sort of person who was always conducting hushed, urgent telephone conversations. [LINK via Gawker]

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