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April 21, 2007


"No one is going to say, 'I don't want to read The New York Times,'"

Don't be so sure. At a minimum, they may learn to say "I trust McClatchy more on this subject."

It's sad but true that when you see the media report a story about which you have personal knowledge, the inaccuracies and oversimplifications are glaring. Now consider the 99.99% of the stories they report about which we do not have personal knowledge. Is there any reason to believe those are more accurate?

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