Truth window

Truth window

An exposed section of a wall that reveals the layered components within it that usually would not be seen once the wall is finished.
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Thanks to the truth window that McClellan opened, we now know, for instance, that: 'The press corps was under enormous pressure from corporate executives, frankly, to make sure that this was a war presented in a way that was consistent with the patriotic fever in the nation and the president's high approval ratings,' according to Jessica Yellin, who was an MSNBC reporter in 2003.
Out of the Ministry of Truth window have gone the facts: the Crusades were to save the Christian holy places from desecration.
Standing in the home's entryway, with its tall ceilings rising to a 20-foot peak and dramatic arched passageways to the home's interior, you can easily overlook the truth window.