Wanted: Readers Equipped to Read the New York Times

New York Press | December 9, 2004
It was said a generation ago that The New York Times was written so anyone with a sixth-grade education would be able to understand it. Now the paper, which uses headlines like "Lame Duck Confit," is probably not within the grasp of sixth-graders, or, for that matter, much of its readership.

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