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MICHAEL WALSH: The End of Media History and the Last Honest Man. What can journalism do to repair i…

MICHAEL WALSH: The End of Media History and the Last Honest Man. What can journalism do to repair its tattered reputation? For one thing, it needs to stop responding like this: A CNN spokesperson  previously told POLITICO that the reporters involved in the latest correction, Manu Raju and Jeremy Herb, would not be disciplined. “There will […]
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