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Uh oh: ’24’ Might Lose Conservative Street Cred

“24” became conservatives’ favorite show during the Bush years, often leading to fatuous claims that Americans supported the use of torture because nobody flinched when Jack Bauer did it.

Yet under the guidance of executive producer Howard Gordon — while series creator Joel Surnow has stepped away —

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