No story about contemporary media can omit the lack of relevance and outright censorship plaguing the industry, or the story becomes irrelevant itself.
Bookshelves groan with research on the subject.
When community newspapers lost focus on the daily issues suffered by working families, (like the labor section that once graced nearly every paper), they stopped buying it.
What a shame.
If only the wise, highly compensated academic leaders had invited talented students and community experts to participate... they might actually benefit from the business-sense of securing cost saving at every opportunity.
Maybe August is correct?
Citizen's Constitutional right to protest is just to expensive.
It's high time he paid back his GI Bill, send his children to the textile mills all day, and start working weekends without health, safety or minimum wage controls.
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In Print This Week:
Oct 27, 2016
vol XXVII issue 43
An American Genocide
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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