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Though Rather is congenitally bad an admirable heir to Walter Cronkite and his special form of treasonous broadcasting more insidious are certain chirpy girl-next-door morning TV hosts who characterize the beliefs of ordinary middle-class Americans in terms that would make Goebbels blush.

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Bill Moyers

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