In this sense and others, Greenberg's is a call for a return to the groupthink and hawkish conformity of the Bush era.
They create ossified institutions, paralyzed by groupthink and incapable of self-reflection.
In fact, just last month, in a piece on “groupthink” in the New York Times, Susan Cain argued for the anti-Pixar approach.
Howard Kurtz on the dangerous lull before the vote is in—when bad calls and groupthink rule the press corps.
We chatted about Twitter, which Milbank says prods journalists toward a kind of groupthink.