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Apr 6th, 2015
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It was not until after the deaths of Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, Jr. that the world found out about their marital infidelities.  The media then were not as interested in reporting on such matters.  Now, it appears reporting on the sexual affairs of politicians and public figures is commonplace.  In other words, the public will talk more about a candidate's sex life than his or her stance on health care, education, and gun control.  Have the media gone too far in delving into the personal lives of public officials and public figures?  Should journalists refrain from reporting on extramarital issues and stick to the official issues instead?  Tell me what you think

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