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“A good newspaper, I suppose, is a nation talking to itself.”
This entry was posted on 24 November 2006 at 5:39 pm and is filed under Verbatim.
It was American Playwright, essayist, Arthur Miller who mused above statement in 1961.
I think Niranjan is right…
`nation talking to itself’ very true…but what about the effect?
how true. neither newspapers nor the nation has had any effect on you dear friend. you are a god’s own man. all sympathies to the god.
It was the famous American playwright Arthur Miller. Got it through Google sir:-)
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