October 2010
High Country News;10/25/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 18, p4
The article presents comments from the readers of the newspaper "High Country News (HCN)" regarding the reader survey it conducted. A reader reads the newspaper for educational purposes and suggests that it should keep its major articles less opinionated. Another reader comments on the writers of the newspaper.


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