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Justicia Ex Machina: The Myth of The Machine/Progressive Binary In San Francisco Politics
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The subject of Huntington W. Sharp's commentary in New College of California's Law Review is the intersection of politics and media in mid-2000s San Francisco. This intersection is the lens through which Sharp surveys the city's history, introduces the major players at that time, and discusses the news media landscape. He proposes that the "establishment/progressive" binary that colors much of the city's political thought is an oversimplification driven more by the need to sell newspapers and raise money than to describe various politicians' viewpoints and agendas accurately. » Read Full Article
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The subject of Huntington W. Sharp's commentary in New College of California's Law Review is the intersection of politics and media in mid-2000s San Francisco. This intersection is the lens through which Sharp surveys the city's history, introduces the major players at that time, and discusses the news media landscape. He proposes that the "establishment/progressive" binary that colors much of the city's political thought is an oversimplification driven more by the need to sell newspapers and raise money than to describe various politicians' viewpoints and agendas accurately.

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About Huntington

Senior Editor Huntington Sharp has a dogged commitment to le mot juste. He loves his work at Red Room "because it's like being a fly on the wall of the most brilliant salons in the world, all at...

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