… I wasn’t surprised to read that nationwide survey by the Chicago Tribune in which half of the respondents said there should have been some kind of press restraint on reporting about the prison abuse and just as many said they “would embrace government controls of some kind on free speech, especially if it is found unpatriotic.”~ Bill Moyers from, https://billmoyers.com/2000/03/30/journalism-matters-march-30-2000/
Imagine: Free speech as sedition.
Tell your students: Silence is sedition.
I am not a journalist.
Having read this article by an actual journalist, I am left wondering:
What did we abandon that seems to have killed—or if you feel inclined to be positive in your assessment—seems to be killing journalism?
I don’t think the journalists are gone. I don’t think real publications are gone. What is gone?
You stopped reading.