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Observations Vox argues that “American policing is broken. Here’s how to fix it” I argue that the media is broke. Here’s How to fix it. Article There’s nothing wrong with the article in Vox offering suggestions for police reform beyond the fact that you could easily substitute the word, “media ” for “police” as a […]
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