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Bias on Rice coverage?

I was one of 2,000 people to attend Condoleezza Rice’s sold out Oct. 9 presentation to the Leadership Forum sponsored by Whitworth University. Because of events in the world, her speech, followed by a question-and-answer session of the former secretary of state, was particularly timely and very interesting.

Rice received several standing ovations, never noted in the article. Additionally, although the coverage was generally even-handed, I found it surprising that Rice rated only a picture a fraction the size of that of a handful of protesters. Bias?

Kristy McCoy



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