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It seems like everywhere we look these days, we’re hearing about fake news. And while the idea of “fake news” may not be surprising to younger generations who grew up with the Internet, it sure is to a Baby Boomer like me! I grew up watching Walter Cronkite pass on Edward R. Murrow’s legacy of unflinching journalistic integrity to my generation of anchors. For decades, journalism as a profession has been trusted to deliver the truth. So the idea that not only does fake news exist, but that it’s so widely available and so easily believed, is a bit of a shock to me.