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Heh, it seems like the main criticism is taking an individual story and generalizing it to the entire population.

 

Uh, that narrative method is like breathing for TV, radio, and newspapers. Make the story personal - focus on one person, or one family's story. Done all the time.

 

Why? Well, a story about statistics is . . . boring!

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