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S. journalism schools saw independent journalism as a product of the market that vanquished any partisan ties (Nerone, 1987). This view was evident not just in standard textbooks (Bleyer, 1973; Mott, 1941; Emery & Smith, 1954) but also in key essays that would become canonical in journalism history: in the United States, Walter Lippmann’s Two Revolutions in the American Press (1931) and Robert Park’s Natural History of the Newspaper (1923). This faith in the beneficence of market forces seems odd for a series of reasons.
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