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Mark Halperin and imitators portrayed Washington as an incomprehensible game driven by micro-scoops and access to insiders, rather than a city for all Americans
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The Bureau of Investigation Journalism hires a community organizer, first role of its kind in British journalism, to manage its network of local contributors
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