Does the publisher affect the information in the source?

Publishers may have their own agendas when they choose to publish books and magazines. For example, they may hire authors whose writing reflects the values of their publishing company. On the Web, larger organizations usually sponsor pages by providing space on their computers.

Your task is to identify the publisher of the source, and determine whether the publisher's policies or bias influence the information. To help you decide, consider the following:

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