For The Times, Recovery Should Initially Focus on the Internal

After capturing a record seven Pulitzer Prizes in 2002, New York Times Executive Editor Howell Raines reportedly told the Times newsroom that Journalism schools would in the
future point to the Times as the textbook example of how the largest terrorist attack in U.S. history was covered. Now, Raines is likely to end up in J-school textbooks for
another, less auspicious reason: his role in The New York Times meltdown resulting from the Jayson Blair plagiarism scandal.