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September 22, 2006

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Great column. Alas, the rules that you (and I) learned from journalism seem to be rules no longer. I am pained and saddened to read so many news stories--even front page, hard-news stories--that require me to read five or six paragraphs before letting on what the story is about. And it's not uncommon these days to read an entire story and still have a distressing number of the 5Ws+H unanswered. Keep fighting the good fight.

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