Moonies pushing for changes at Washington Times

Washington Post/June 18, 2004

David Ignatius says leaders of the Unification Church -- owner of the Washington Times -- believe that with the end of the Cold War, it's important to support international orgs such as the United Nations and to campaign for world peace and interfaith understanding.

"That stance would be awkward for the Times's hard-line editor in chief, Wesley Pruden, and its stable of neoconservative columnists," writes Ignatius.

"The real battles have been taking place out of public view, and rumors about a high-level power struggle have been swirling around the Times offices."

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