TORONTOâKnowlton Nash, the late CBC anchor of the 1980s, in his book Prime Time at Ten, quoted Jody Powell, press secretary to former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, describing reporters as people âwho watch the battle from afar and when itâs over come down the hills to shoot the wounded.â Not anymore. They are now directly involved in the fight. The outcome of the American elections is only the most dramatic example of the demise of professional journalism. JournalistsÂ openly
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