Generation Nix: Why Don't Young People Read Daily Newspapers?

The Village Voice | July 6, 2004
If you've already seen the news (or laughed at it with The Daily Show), and you're faced with a banal paper, wouldn't you rather peruse The Onion on the way to work?

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