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"Up to Watergate, journalism was mostly 'who, what, where and when.' Since Watergate, you've got a lot of [baby] boomers who want to bring down the 'bad guy.' But they have ideology on their brains and now they wear partisan jerseys; they're on a team," John O'Connor said. (Associated Press/File)
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"Up to Watergate, journalism was mostly 'who, what, where and when.' Since Watergate, you've got a lot of [baby] boomers who want to bring down the 'bad guy.' But they have ideology on their brains and now they wear partisan jerseys; they're on a team," John O'Connor said. (Associated Press/File)

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