(To be fair, the Times piece does mention other forces, but I still find it an unambitious mishmash.)
"I read the Times piece; did you know about any of that?"
I of course gobbled up the Times piece, and immediately wished I hadn't.
In some cases, papers are discussing what this Global Times piece calls "the pent-up feeling" behind the attacks, but the discussion is handled gingerly.
The generality of those issues, arguably, is what saves the Times piece from being unbearably, pointlessly intrusive.
That's why the Times piece is scary.
Nearly two years ago, prompted by another Times piece, I suggested that the mom-and-pop record stores have, at times, been their own worst enemies.
The Times piece was reasonably fair, but it still made her angry.
In The Times piece last week, Sather said he didn't think there was anything wrong with hockey today.
(Dan Ariely talked about our tendency to pay too much attention to gas prices in a Times piece this summer.)