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September 1991
Burning The Source
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reporter tells how he promised Dan Cohen confidentiality, then exposed him on orders of an editor. The case wound up in the Supreme Court.   > read more
By  Bill Salisbury
Outing Salaries
O'Toole told Sullivan but Sullivan won't tell O'Toole   > read more
By  John O'Toole
Auto Dealers Muscle the Newsroom
...and now here's the automobile news courtesy of our advertising department.   > read more
By  Steve Singer
NPR GrowsUp
If it ain't what it used to be, maybe it's better. Listeners are up. So is the influence of underwriters, a.k.a. advertisers.   > read more
By  Nicols Fox
Danger Ahead:Sex Abuse Cases
The author of a book on the "sex abuse war" identifies four pitfalls for unwary reporters.   > read more
By  David Hechler
ConspiracyLives, But Not As Of Yore
"I knew I was standing in the presence of the cliché gods."   > read more
By  Reese Cleghorn
Vanity Fair's Naked Landmark
What sexual revolution revelation would grab us next?   > read more
By  Bill Monroe
Latest Ploy In TV Wars: Join The Competition
To boost image and income, local stations run news on another channel.   > read more
By  Lou Prato
Masson Ruling Sets Up Jury As Editor
The focus is on "meaning" of words in quotes as key to truth.   > read more
By  Lyle Denniston
Ethical Sensitivity Sometimes Overdone?
Journalists once moon- lighted as advertising copywriters and even as speechwriters for politicians.   > read more
By  John Morton
Fight Against JOA For Daily And Biweekly   > read more
By  Chris Kent
Many Stations Gag "Tongues Untied"   > read more
By  Nicols Fox
Hate Group Makes Hay On Public Access   > read more
By  H. Glenn Rosenkrantz
By Customs' $4 Billion Heroin Haul Hype   > read more
By  Tom Johnson
New In Nicaragua: A Freer, Calmer Press   > read more
By  Joel Solomon
Hearst Jr. Remembers "The Old Man"
The Hearsts: Father and Son
By William Randolph Hearst Jr. with Jack Casserly
Roberts Rinehart Publishers   > read more
Book review by  Ron LaBrecque
Leonard Downie: The Man In The Bradlee Chair   > read more
By  Cheryl Reid
Bylines   > read more
By   Unknown
Letters   > read more