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Crass public discourse: Time to push back? The impending return of Don Imus to the airwaves comes as some see a desire for moderation.

Date: October 22, 2007
Author: Alexandra Marks
QUOTE: Now, some experts suggest that the level of the nation's discourse has sunk to a new low, and there's a growing push-back from both the grass roots as well as some in the media – a demand for a more civilized way of conversing publicly. Others aren't so sure a push-back is under way, but say that the more the hard-edged, crass aspects of the media are discussed, the better it will be for the nation – ultimately helping to moderate the tone of public discourse.

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