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I remember an elderly vicar who clearly thought the Daily Telegraph was worthy reading.
I'm old enough to remember the first issue of the Sun, before bare breasts on page 3. Newspapers seem expensive to the normal eye, and yet of course, if they work, the profits of war are vastly greater.
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