Of course, one can make too much of this. But I do think it’s remarkable that Perlstein’s editors and the fact checker never bothered to figure out if the example setting the premise of the whole article was actually, you know, a fact — or even a remotely reasonable interpretation. My only conclusion is that confirmation bias runs so strong at The New York Times Magazine (and journalistic curiosity so weak) that they didn’t see the need.
How about someone who abandoned a religious lifestyle because she was abused by the authority figures of that system?
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Along with Joseph, we had a dream of creating a camp for youth-orientated organizations wanting to get youth out on the land from our communities in the North to experience their homeland and learn how to connect with our natural world.
A smile spreads across his face like a sunrise. In a matter of minutes, we have choreographed a new father-daughter dynamic.