At 10:32 PM 6/16/2003, Jim wrote:

Steven,

I suppose the problem is not newspapers, but those who read them.

If the vast majority of people were not prepared to believe at first
glance everything fed to them by the news media, journalists with an
agenda would be wholly frustrated in their attempts to lead public
opinion.

How many saw the news reports about looting in Iraq, and immediately
believed the stories?  Why are we so gullible and naive?

Same reason that Utah is the fraud capital of the United States?




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Steven Montgomery
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It is no accident, then, that so many who gathered at Philadelphia to declare independence and a decade later to draft a constitution were men who had apprenticed themselves to Thucydides, Plato, Aristotle, Polybius, and Cicero, and who could debate at length on the various constitutional forms of the classical world before they chose one for the new American nation. We owe our very existence as a people in great part to classical learning.----T. L. Simmons

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