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Journalism’s Hidden Agenda

July of last year I wrote about the reporting of Anders Behring Breivik and the tragedy in Norway. I wrote at that time, Depending who you ask or where you studied journalism, one of the first rules is to keep your bias out of the story. So what happened? Somewhere during my lifetime it seems [...]
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