Tag: The Nation

All Rupert, All the Time

Eric Alterman That American journalism is facing so many crises simultaneously has the effect of immobilizing a concerted response to any of them. From the Administration’s war on the press, to the relentless attention lavished on Paris and Britney, to

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Killing News in Motor City

Thomas Frank From the A.F.L.-C.1.0.’s freelance political commercials to the romance of Union Summer, organized labor seems to have achieved a visibility unthinkable only a few years ago. If the passing attention of the media is any evidence, labor is

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