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July 13, 2007


Thomas McCarroll

Ezra Klein has spoken words I dared only to think. Yes, my financial world revolved around the Wall Street Journal for decades. Yet, would my life change that radically without it? Aren't there other sources of business news? So what if I opened my door six mornings a week if there was no WSJ. Thanks to the variety of diverse opinion available, do we need the Wall Street Journal?

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