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The art of criticism with Philip Kennicott | How to be a journalist
The key to being an art critic is thinking in public, according to Washington Post Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Philip Kennicott. He tells Libby Casey what it takes to pause and reflect in a noisy world of 24-hour news.
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