Why the New York Times Is In Love with Communism

Jarrett Stepman

Jarrett Stepman

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Why the New York Times Is In Love with Communism

Editor’s note: In its coverage of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the moon, The New York Times published a series of pieces critical of the U.S. space program, including an article titled “How the Soviets Won the Space Race for Equality.” Promoting that article, the Times tweeted, “America may have put the first man on the moon, but the Soviet Union sent the first woman, the first Asian man, and the first black man into orbit—all years before the U.S. would follow suit.”

Unfortunately, this is far from the only time the Times has been a cheerleader for communism. The following article was first published in 2017.

It seems communism is back in vogue at The New York Times.

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A sad but common issue in the modern West is that progressives have created a fanciful and distorted picture of socialism to make it seem like an intriguing alternative to American-style capitalism.

Ikea socialism—with Sweden as the model—is an utterly distorted, but at least understandable, example for leftists to trot out as a demonstration of success.

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