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March 1, 1993 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Read my lip service. Americans preach honesty to their children while passively accepting dishonesty from those who shape and define the universe in which they live. That's because lying has become so institutionalized in the United States that society is now largely desensitized to it. Meet the usual suspects: Television routinely tells lies--white ones, pastel ones and darker ones, falsely advertising, falsely promoting and falsely reporting. Politicians routinely tell lies.
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March 1, 1993 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Read my lip service. Americans preach honesty to their children while passively accepting dishonesty from those who shape and define the universe in which they live. That's because lying has become so institutionalized in the United States that society is now largely desensitized to it. Meet the usual suspects: Television routinely tells lies--white ones, pastel ones and darker ones, falsely advertising, falsely promoting and falsely reporting. Politicians routinely tell lies.
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