Who to trust?

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In a divided country with views on almost everything colored by political leanings right or left, it’s time to seriously ponder whether U.S. journalists lived a decades-long delusion of objectivity into which they for a time sucked much of the country.

The question appears unavoidable as America becomes ever more partisan, and the reporting of today becomes more and more like that of yesteryear when “fake news,” or some version thereof, was the only news.

“The power of the press consists not in its logic or eloquence but in its ability to manufacture facts or to give coloring to facts that have occurred,” the late historian William Gienapp quoted a journalists of the mid-1800s once observing.

Who to trust?
Rick Rydell

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