Daniel Henninger sniffs the truth

In a riff on the diminishment of the media, the WSJ’s Henninger hits on the key of freedom.

If indeed the Web and microprocessors have brought us to the doorstep of a Marshall-meets-Milton world of individual choice as a personal ideology, then record companies, newspapers and old TV networks aren’t the only empires at risk. Public-school systems run by static teachers unions may find themselves abandoned by young parents from the Snowman’s tribe, “accessing” K-8 education in unforeseen ways. Whose politics will that serve?

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