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December 20, 2007

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knackeredhack

As a journalist and editor, I used to loath this time of year because convention dictated the need to write prediction stories. I doubt many papers will be predicting their own woes this year, and I agree with you that the suggestion this situation is cyclical is laughable. It's Schumpeterian.

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