Bob Kittle was the public face of the San Diego Union-Tribune, appearing as its institutional voice in public, on the radio and on television throughout the region.

He was also a very polarizing figure whose paint-peeling editorials did everything from break important news, scare politicians into action and even inflame bogus controversy.

What do you think of his work and legacy? Let’s get a civil conversation going about what you think of the work at the editorial page under Kittle’s control, favorite Kittle stories or best/worst editorials of his time.

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