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Opinion: On the death of journalism

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Joseph Gomez examines the current state of mainstream journalism.

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Joseph Gomez is currently a senior at Carlmont High School. Besides writing, he’s passionate about ancient Roman history, psychology, and editing videos alone in the dark. Follow him on Twitter: @jammyborkbork (Visited 3 times today)
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