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Jemele Hill and the Perils of a For-Profit Fourth Estate

In recent weeks, the president of the United States has attempted to use his bully pulpit – and a couple hundred thousand dollars in taxpayer money – to get African-American football players fired for protesting police violence in a manner that offends him. Meanwhile, the White House publicly encouraged a ... More »
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