After the Times published a front-page news analysis this week entitled “Signs of ‘Clinton fatigue,” the letters in-box filled with furious replies.
The “fatigue” most often cited by readers, however, is with the media coverage of the campaign, and the focus — to many minds — on non-newsworthy topics. For instance, a number of readers applauded The Times’ editorial “The distracted campaign” that highlighted key voter issues including terrorism, the economy, jobs and healthcare.
Overwhelmingly, Times readers urged the media to put news front and center. Here are some of the responses:
—Sara Lessley, Letters...