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The plight of mainstream newspapers (access required)

  Let us begin today with a Mark Twain moment: News of his death, he famously said, had been greatly exaggerated. One of  his best lines. In honor of newspapers’ contributions to our democracy, we will call the news of their death premature. (You are, after all, reading a newspaper at this moment.) Impending death? Closer to the truth. Near-death ...
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