Bias (book)

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Bias is a book by Bernard Goldberg, a CBS feature reporter who published an example of liberal bias in Wall Street Journal op-ed piece. He was then taken off the air.

In his book, Goldberg says that U.S. liberals are so biased that they don't even realize sometimes that other people might disagree. He gives the example of a female journalist who couldn't understand how Ronald Reagan was elected. "Nobody I know voted for him."