James N. Klapthor

Crisis, conflict, and controversy drive most news coverage among the major media that reach the majority of the populace in the United States.

What’s wrong, what’s broken, what’s dangerous, what or who is corrupt, and what needs to be done to fix these problems—real or perceived—will usually be the content that fills the front page, Section A, the evening newscast, morning drive-time, and most any other news product that’s dependent on reaching significant audience segments and the advertisers t…

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