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Dennis Potter's "Cold Lazarus" features a (somewhat thinly) disguised
Rupert Murdock as the villain, who is shot by an anti-media terrorist
(Potter himself, as it were), whose motto is "Reality or Nothing."

Jesse Kalin, Vassar College

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