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At The Debate: Hillary's Fight For Racial Justice

The New York Times coverage of Monday's debate was flustered and confused. It reflected the wider state of media coverage which now consists of excuse reporting and excuses for excuse reporting. Excuse reporting is new in politics but has always been a favorite in entertainment. It undercuts outrageous content as it highlights it. Its trademark is moral ambiguity toward its subjects.
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