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Turkish press’ stance and disasters
1.       Roswitha
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 29 Apr 2008 Tue 07:53 pm

The fact that the Turkish press is not a "single locale, single neighborhood" media is very important. Cartels and monopolies, just like state banks, work to cause a deterioration of the free market economy, pulling the train, so to speak, off the tracks.

If only Turkey had a deep-rooted democracy, stable institutions and publishing companies whose names were identical to the titles of the papers they printed; if only hostility toward democracy and militarism were accepted as "crimes against humanity." If only "free competition" would take the place of the struggles we see everywhere with people and institutions simply trying to eliminate one another. And if only, on top of all of this, members of the Turkish press would see their most important motivation as not the wielding of their narrowly framed "neighborhood pressure," but instead a more developed pressure that pushes the newspaper-reading public in the direction of a democratic world.
http://www.todayszaman.com/tz-web/detaylar.do?load=detay&link=140120

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