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“Competing Narratives”

Robert Fisk thinks that political speak has taken over journalism and that accuracy of fact has become dominated by competing historical narratives that favor power over truth.

Robert Fisk thinks that political speak has taken over journalism and that accuracy of fact has become dominated by competing historical narratives that favor power over truth. “Ladies and gentlemen, this isn’t just about clich├ęs – this is preposterous journalism. There is no battle between power and the media. Through language, we have become them. “


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