An intermittently Liberal anthology compiled by Jonathan Calder

Monday, February 16, 2004  

Two nations
When conservatives complain about the undoubted liberal bias of the BBC, they assume some kind of socialist plot when it is geography not ideology driving attitudes. A young middle-class BBC type in London is unlikely to meet anyone socially who is, say, against abortion or pro-war. Because they don't confront opposing ideas, they can't put themselves into the minds of people outside their consensus and ask questions from another point of view.

Nick Cohen The Observer 15 February 2004

posted by Jonathan Calder | 10:08 pm