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Thursday, December 08, 2005


John B. Chilton

I've noticed these cultural differences.

But then I've also noticed that the large differences between British and US journalism - where the British show far less deference to politicians, or anyone else on the hotseat for that matter. I can't account far this change places in assertiveness when it comes to public talk and everyday talk. And then there's the liveliness of bloggolog in the US versus the UK.



New York really doesn't equate to "America" Plenty of domestic out of towners would be just as politely awkward there as the English visitors Westcott describes.

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