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 This cartoon was originally drawn a quarter of a century ago but was never published in a newspaper and probably will never be published in a newspaper. Print newspapers used to stand for something, they used to editorialize...provocatively.
As cities became one newspaper markets they singlehandedly quit editorializing.  When newspaper managers percieved their market as a monopoly.... and as their market boat started sinking they decided to shoot holes in the bottom of their boat to let the water out.
Newspapers used to believe in the marketplace of ideas...the free exchange of ideas that eventually will lead society to the TRUTH.
The reason this cartoon was originally killed 25 years ago was because the editor said the cartoon was 'racist'.  
George Orwell said, "Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear." Maybe George used to work for a newspaper.....

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