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Table of Contents 1. Introduction. Fairness, Politics, And American Media 2. Point: Journalists Are Out Of Touch With America 3. Counterpoint. Journalists' Views Do Not Affect Their Reporting 4. Point. The Media Have A Liberal Bias 5. Counterpoint. Claims Of "Biased Media" Are Exaggerated 6. Point. Concentrated Media Ownership Harms The Public 7. Counterpoint. The Media Are Healthier Than Ever 8. Conclusion. Reforming The Media Resources Elements Of The Argument Questions Sidebars About The Author About The Book
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Journalism -- Objectivity -- United States.