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228: Democracy and the Press

by Philosophy Talk

Is it still possible to believe that the press lives up to the lofty ideals of our founding fathers?
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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1. 228: Democracy and the Press (feat. Leslie Griffith)
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Our founding fathers believed that a free press would serve democracy by promoting unfettered political debate and expose the actions of the government to the harsh scrutiny of an informed and engaged populace. Today, however, large media conglomerates have become part of the entrenched power structure and are driven as much by profit as by a sense of public mission. Is it still possible to believe that the press lives up to the lofty ideals of our founding fathers? John and Ken are joined by former TV news anchor and investigative journalist Leslie Griffith for a program recorded in front of a live audience at the Marsh theatre in Berkeley, California.


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