What is the worst a publication can do when limiting editors who are trying to add nuance to their analyses of important situations in their industries? Surely, the worst is captured in this New York Times story about the fate of Guns & Ammo columnist Dick Metcalf. Mercifully, no B2B editor of my acquaintance has been so challenged when trying to discuss an issue. But this story offers a cautionary note to all editors about what can happen under extreme conditions of an industry being dominated by one point of view. ~ Roy Harris
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