Journalists are recognizing they’re writing a rough draft of history – and can’t say definitively ‘that’s the way it is’

Journalists are recognizing they’re writing a rough draft of history – and can’t say definitively ‘that’s the way it is’

If the rest of the press likewise acknowledges that today’s truth is not a finished story and audiences begin to demand that sort of transparency, then as trust builds between journalists and the public, a mutual understanding of the facts and, ultimately, the truth can emerge.

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