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Those principles add up to critical thinking, something Americans should value more in our society.
We’d also have more demand for quality journalism, I’m convinced, if journalists had been teaching media-literacy principles and tactics these past few decades. And journalists need our audiences, to collaborate with us to make it deeper and better.
First, the nation would have been better prepared to handle the Digital Age’s flood of information, so much of which is false or deceptive.
Second, media organizations—at least the ones doing their jobs right—would have fostered much more trust in their own work, which would have helped sustain them through the economic upheaval they're now enduring.
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