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Jul. 5, 2024

How the CNN debate moderators failed us all

The press has a duty to correct misrepresentations and ensure the public can make informed choices, especially during a presidential debate. 

The New York Times

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution articulates a seminal vision: a society in which the press operates unshackled, ensuring an electorate informed and equipped to engage in the most critical of civic duties—voting. As November 2024 dawns upon us, this vision beckons the American press to not just inform, to not just pose questions at a debate, but to also interrogate the participants and in turn elucidate.


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