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The media’s Weimar moment

n June 1954 on national television, Joe Welch, the US Army's chief counsel, exposed Senator Joseph McCarthy's dubious morality with those two legendary questions: "Have you no decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?" Such was the novelty of television back then that having given McCarthy an authoritative forum for his views, TV could now...
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