Columnists: The International Provocateur

While taking his annual fall tour of Greece and the Balkans this month, New York Times Columnist Cyrus L. Sulzberger was making the news as well as reporting it. After a brief stop in Athens, he wrote that Greece was once again "polarizing dangerously to ward left and right." King Constantine, Sulzberger speculated, might "even temporarily suspend some of the Constitution" to meet the threat presented by "former Premier George Papandreou, the country's most popular demagogue, and his son Andreas, an engaging but arrogantly ambitious power-seeker, increasingly linked to the far-out left."

Had a Greek journalist written the same...

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