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Resource ID: #990
Subject: 21
Source: Frank Blethen; Leonard Downie Jr.; Katherine Funk
Affiliation: The Seattle Times; The Washington Post/Arizona State University; Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal LLP
Date: 2010



Through innovative public policy and subsidies, our founding fathers created the world's freest and most robust independent press. After three decades of bad public policies that contradict those founding principles, our independent press is on the verge of collapse. Thoughtful ideas are being advanced, but the root problem of bad public policy must be fixed. Panelists will debate new ideas and the appropriate role of government and public policy in journalism.

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