These are my belated comments on our media presence in July:
- 14 articles published;
- 20 pickups (bringing the average down to 1.4);
- Our great citation champion, Sheldon Richman, managed to get into the Quad-City Times and the Seoul Times with his “Trump, Saddam, and the Presumption of Innocence.” He also got on Antiwar and Counterpunch, but that has been usual for his work;
- Nick Ford also got on the Seoul Times with his “Dallas is the Fated Fruit of Existing Order.” The same piece got published by the Hartford Guardian as well;
- Vishal Wilde’s “Colonial-Era Debt and Free Banking” had a good run, too. It had three citations in the month.
This is my last report as media coordinator. It was great serving at this Center’s media helm for over a year, and I thank everyone at the Center for the opportunity, but I feel it’s time to go. I want to concentrate on my own writing and other personal projects. I will be sticking around, though, so if you pay attention, you’ll be able to spot my articles around the home page every once in a while.
I’m handing over the keys to Trevor Hultner, who’s already had a stint as C4SS media coordinator, so the position is in good hands.
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