Monday, June 11, 2012

Will Cutbacks at American Newspapers Facilitate Public Corruption?


Alec MacGillis at The New Republic asks "Would Duke Cunningham Get Away With It Today?"    He points out the familiar fact that financial pressures on traditional media have sharply reduced the number of reporters at newspapers around the country, and he wonders if that reduced capacity for investigative journalism will result in public corruption escaping exposure.   

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