Media Bias from the 18th Century to Today — Brewminate

A 1906 Harper’s Weekly cartoon by W. A. Rogers depicts William Randolph Hearst as “The Wizard of Ooze.” How can historians help us overcome our biases and polarization? By Dr. Walter G. MossProfesser Emeritus of HistoryEastern Michigan University Bias–an “attitude held towards a person or group that is not justified by the facts”–in U. S. media has long been […]

Media Bias from the 18th Century to Today — Brewminate

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