Lewis Wallace

writer, editor and multimedia journalist

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Lewis Wallace is an independent writer, editor and multimedia journalist. He is a former reporter for Marketplace.

Lewis Wallace on KCRW

The former Marketplace reporter discusses his controversial blog post about neutrality in the Trump era.

Lewis Wallace: Is objectivity dead?

The former Marketplace reporter discusses his controversial blog post about neutrality in the Trump era.

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