Doughnuts & the Death of Journalism

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What do doughnuts and the internet’s erosion of journalism have in common? Jay Rosen examines a diagram from Daniel C. Hallin’s 1986 book, The Uncensored War, a study of the influence of the media on the Vietnam War.  Relevant now more than ever, it illustrates how the press is no longer able to define the sphere of legitimate debate.  Read Rosen’s perspective at PressThink.