Thomas Jefferson once declared that, “Given the choice of a government without newspapers, or newspapers without government," he would not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.
In another century, two of England’s most abundant resources were fish and coal. Then came a sweeping election in which, among myriad changes, the government assumed control over procuring and supplying both.
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