Adam Nagourney

New York Times

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Los Angeles Bureau Chief, and former chief political correspondent, for the New York Times

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The New York Times yesterday published a front page story that portrayed Southern California as a place of aimless urban sprawl, no civic institutions, and a newspaper in turmoil.

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