Professor Tim Groseclose talked with Book TVto discuss his book, “Left Turn,” in which he argues that there is aquantifiable liberal bias in the media today. Hesays that the overall degree of thisliberal bias is greater than the degree of conservative bias found in media outlets like Fox News. This interview, part of Book TV’s College Series, was recorded at UCLA. close
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