scious sympathies; besides, Mr. RupertnMurdoch, the Australian money-grabbernwho owns the paper, knows where hisnincome comes from and would nevernallow it to go unattended. So Mr.nCockburn was fired under the pretextnthat he does not live up to the standardsnof the Village Voice's journalisticnintegrity---a singularly exhilaratingnoxymoron. Yet, in . . .

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