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US media’s love affair with war: Major outlets showed zero opposition to Syria strikes – survey
US media’s love affair with war: Major outlets showed zero opposition to Syria strikes – survey
Media cheerleading for foreign conflict is nothing new. Coverage of President Trump’s latest airstrikes on Syria was no different, with no major newspaper’s editorial board opposing the strikes, according to a survey.


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