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The best and worst journalism of September 2016

Another month of the presidential race consuming the media’s collective brainpower has whizzed by—time flies when you’re having an existential crisis! Campaign coverage rubbed CJR both the right and wrong ways in September, headlining a simultaneously standout and depressing month for journalism. Hear ye, hear ye: The Best Journalism of September 2016 Digging in on the trail The...
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