Sadly, political cartooning is becoming a lost art
The digital age, for all its beneficial wonders, has left some regrettable casualties in its wake. No loss has been more troublesome for many of us than the decline of print journalism as our principal medium of information. For all their flaws and variability, newspapers bring a depth of information, a degree of editorial quality control and a capacity for self-correction of errors that are difficult to find in what now passes for “news” journalism.
Originally published: July 31, 2019
Author: Mitch Daniels
Institution: Purdue University
Published by: The Washington Post