The Ethics of Election Coverage
Stanford Magazine
127

I am amazed that Ken Burns can think his political assessment is so worthy that he is compelled to tell Stanford students how they should act in the political arena. And even more amazing is that Professor Glasser can be fully supportive of Burn’s position. They both demonize Mr. Trump without ever mentioning the failure of the press to cover in an unbiased way the transgressions of Hillary Clinton. I can only hope that at least a few Stanford graduates who heard this commencement speech will be intelligent enough to ignore Burn’s advice and the professor’s rant.

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