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March 08, 2011

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I've not read S-S's piece, but in its anodyne naming-of-parts I see a parallel with the way much US journalism reports phenomena as happening, apparently, by spontaneous combustion or generation. They don't use these terms, but what else can explain how we can present political positions that decry various social and economic flaws or problems without any, let alone sufficient, analysis of underlying causes. Absence of aetiology is usually a symptom of motivated blindness.

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