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An underhanded law | CMFR

An underhanded law

THE PRESIDENT’S remark that proper news practitioners should have no reason to worry if the Right of Reply Law passes is not only patronizing but also inversely misleading. It is precisely the fair-minded and self-respecting, the rightly skeptical and dogged, among the journalists whom the law penalizes–those resistant to extra-legal means of silencing, the incorruptible. To subdue their kind, no lesser force than that of law is indeed required, and obviously it is a recourse that the president is very much taken with.