Reducing the issue of bias to a simple question about the fairness of individual newsmen leads to unproductive and dead-end discussions.
Before the fall of Spiro Agnew it was fast becoming the new conventional wisdom to believe our communications media had become philosophically corrupt.
There are many other men who, in our time of troubles and mass uniformity of opinion have maintained their moral and intellectual integrity.
"The world needs a sizeable country, such as is yours, as a center of moral and political regeneration."
We know of no human community whose members do not have a vision of perfection in which the frustrations inherent in our human condition are transcended.
When economic nationalism runs rampant and international trade and commerce disintegrate, a worldwide depression is unavoidable.
Let us consider the place of the consumer in an efficient, progressive economy. He should be sovereign.