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The Most Undercovered Stories of 2015 (Part One) - Bill Moyers

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Just some of the stories here: Bernie Sanders has generated some of the largest crowds of any candidate for his presidential campaign and surprised pollsters with a strong challenge to the establishment favorite in the race. But good luck hearing about the Vermont senator if you’ve relied on broadcast media for the news this year.  Federal regulators’ enforcement of what remain of America’s campaign finance laws has all but collapsed. Over the past year, mass incarceration finally became a regular topic of mainstream media headlines. Yet most reports fail to recognize immigration “detention” (in reality, a form of incarceration) as a facet of the prison industrial complex-more...
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