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Sunday, May 29, 2005

Krugman's Response, Finally

Paul Krugman's response to Dan Okrent's criticism is in the Week in Review letters today--basically Okrent has no examples of Krugman doing things wrong and that should be the end of it. But it's not, since Krugman "and Daniel Okrent will be addressing this matter further on the Public Editor's Web Journal (nytimes.com/byroncalame) early in the week." Via Attaturk at Eschaton, where Atrios notes the Luskin connection.

The Okrent letters are all praiseworthy until the last two which deal with the Krugman thing. No mention of this bit from last week's column or this infamous incident.