End Times describes the crisis of the old Fourth Estate: declining profits, lowered credibility,as evinced by the Judy Miller and Wen Ho Lee scandals. Wherever one looks, from the plunging profit margins of the New York Times, of the Los Angeles Times, to the death of the old alternative weekly market — marked by the take over of the Village Voice by Phoenix-based New Times — we find the omens of doom. St Clair and Cockburn set them forth and say Good Riddance.
Published by CounterPunch and AK Press 2007. 380 Pages.