SOURCE: The Bulwark
Walter Lippmann's "Public Opinion" at 100
Concern about what happens to democracy when a society buried in information gives up on the truth and embraces alternate realities is nothing new. What does the work of Walter Lippmann tell us today?
The Danger of Media Consolidation isn't New: Ask Upton Sinclair
by Maia Silber
Upton Sinclair saw the problems of the media in terms of profit and power. Walter Lippmann saw them in terms of psychology and trust. What were the consequences of Lippmann's diagnosis winning out?
Democracy Requires Critical Thinking. By This Test, We’re Failing.
by Daniel Noah Moses
That’s the lesson of both this election and international politics.
Why Walter Lippmann Is Still Talked About
by Craufurd D. Goodwin
His career should be a model for journalists of the future.
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