Negative Objectives: The Right-Wing Media Circle and Everyone Else

  title={Negative Objectives: The Right-Wing Media Circle and Everyone Else},
  author={Alison D. Dagnes},
  journal={Super Mad at Everything All the Time},
The argument that the media are liberally biased opened the door for a conservative alternative. There have always been influential conservative political media outlets, but today, there is something different. The right-wing media circle is a small, tightly enclosed, self-reinforcing set of outlets that stick to a coherent narrative while they cast aspersions at those outside their sphere. Media organizations inside this circle do not compete with one another, but instead have a negative… 
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