Dan Schnur writes: "In a world in which most of us choose between Olbermann and O'Reilly, between Hannity and Huffington, the daily paper represents one of the last common sources of news and information available to most of the community. So the question isn't whether news and information will be available to those who want it, but rather what type of news and information it will be."
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