A few years ago, when I was working at an elite liberal arts college, I held a freelance job as a writer for the college magazine. Part of my duties included covering speakers who came to campus, one of whom was Cornel West. The piece I wrote, ‘Single Man March,’ was drawn from the six pages of notes that I took, notes that transcribed every word that was being uttered in the room, from the introduction of the speaker to the last response from Mr. West to a question from the audience. I don’t always work that way.
New Orleans: The Times-Picayune, C-12, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009
(source: Pew; h/t Matthew Yglesias) William A. Von Hoene Jr. (h/t Ben Smith): I have been a…