By Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution. His basic take is that while journalists tend to be "cosmopolitan," and thus more likely to favor free trade and free-ish migration, a mix of idealism (about government and public service) and cynicism (about corporations and corporate power) means they can't generally be characterized as right-leaning on economic issues.

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