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difference with the public. I think before “The Selling of the Pentagon,” the public had given us equality. Well, poll after poll showed that the public said we not only get most of our news from broadcasting, whether it's radio or television, we think that radio and television are fairer than the print media. There wasn't anything that said the print media had to be fair, but we conducted ourselves along the lines of a fairness doctrine before there was a fairness doctrine. That was a decision that Paley made before I was involved in it. I think it's sitting right outside the door is a problem today because of the proliferation of all of the other channels and I think some people are playing loose and fast with the use of the air and I would not want to take it before the present Court, I'll tell you that.


Hmm. Okay. Let's stop for today.




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