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Rupert Murdoch’s Weekly Standard Responds To Foreign Policy Castro Cover

fp_castro.jpgLast week, Foreign Policy published a January issue that includes an instructive editorial on Rupert Murdoch that is more reverent than scathing:

No other media executive has as much personal clout with world leaders, in part because none so willingly uses his moguldom to reward friends and punish enemies.

newyork_berkowitz.jpgSo Murdoch’s Weekly Standard, in turn, satirized Foreign Policy‘s cover line — “Was Castro Good for Cuba?” — with its own series of spoof covers.

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