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What Happened To The American Press?

When James Madison drafted the First Amendment, “the press” referred to the newspapers of our nation, such as the Pennsylvania Gazette owned by Benjamin Franklin, the most popular paper in the 13 colonies.

Things rocked along swimmingly for about 200 years. Then one day we walked outside to get the newspaper, sat down to read it, and realized it was yesterday’s news.

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