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  • "We can talk politics all day long about these findings. But they go deeper. They're cultural and spiritual too," Mr. Bozell said.

    Diminished values tied to media diet →

  • "There's a disconnect between the public's worldview and that of the news and entertainment media, which just doesn't get the idea that we remain a patriotic nation with values," said Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, parent company to CMI.

    Diminished values tied to media diet →

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