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June 29, 2007



One of the tenets of the economics dogma is 'creative destruction', the idea that old industries and institutions will die as better ones are brought to the economy.

I'm ready for creative destruction in the murdered trees publishing biz. The WSJ and WaPo have had their decades to shine, and its time to move on. (I'd add TNR and some other mags to this list - and put the NYT on notice that they are on probation).

To hasten this economic goodness, I'd root through the tax code and ensure that nothing that helps them remains in place. No sense propping up dead entities.

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