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Distrust of the Media

April 13, 1993

The media institutions of today have so grown in stature as to become a virtual unelected fourth branch of government.

That they have finally taken sides in a struggle for power and control of ideas is inevitable; that they have turned a deaf ear to honest criticism is not. The loss of journalistic integrity and objectivity by our press makes us all immeasurably poorer.

TRENT K. ROLLOW

Santa Ana

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