Charles Kenny

Economist, World Bank

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Economist at the World Bank and contributor to Foreign Policy magazine

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Since the first broadcast in 1928, television "has been as reviled as it has been welcomed."

Television, a Power for Good or Cultural Suicide?

Since the first broadcast in 1928, television "has been as reviled as it has been welcomed."

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