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Focus Groups Are Used Unfairly as ‘Whippin’ Boy’

I was offended by media editor Jack Feuer’s characterization of focus groups as “mostly just exercises in creative collective lying” [A&C, Dec. 3]. Especially bothersome was the short, unsubstantiated manner in which he leveled this charge (a one-line reference in an unrelated article).

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