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Frances Moore Lappe: What's the Difference Between Fox News and Oxford University Press?

Democracy depends on honest, fair, accurate debate. Without it, we can't possibly meet today's challenges. And if academic presses don't hold the line -- when fair discourse in the wider culture is in collapse -- who will?
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