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September 28, 2012 8:21 AM

James Asher: Does journalism filter nuance?

Folks: You knew this would happen. Asher does some reporting and he finds a majestic truth about journalism. After experiencing the conventions and listening on Monday to Ahmadinejad face-to-face, I’ve concluded that sometimes we journalists filter events too much.

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