As journalism grows ever

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As journalism grows ever more fractured and shallow, The Washington Monthly remains one of the industry’s truly noble institutions. Its sense of public service and the national welfare isn’t often rewarded with the kind of “buzz” that magazine editors obsessively pursue — to the detriment of our collective IQs. Which is why it’s great to see the Monthly‘s ingenious and inspiring take on the silly ritual of college rankings rewarded with a big Washington Post write-up. (You can thank the magazine’s visionary founder, Charlie Peters, by checking out his well-received new book.)

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