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The person on the phone had some tough questions.
It was a political candidate who wanted to know why the opposition’s big community event was in the newspaper’s Datebook.
I tried to explain carefully.
The event was open to the public, I said. It was being held in a public place. It was free.
There wasn’t any reason not to include this event in the calendar of events the newspaper publishes every Monday and Wednesday.
“But four years ago,” the candidate said, “you wouldn’t list those events.”
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