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September 1993
It Seemed Like a Good Idea At the Time
Giving free air time to candidates has its rewards, but it's not for the faint-hearted.   > read more
By  Dave Becker
Bad News
Polls indicate more Americans get their local news from television than newspapers. But just what are they getting? In many cases, the answer is violent crime, abandoned warehouse fires and cutesy features.   > read more
By   Unknown
Off Base
When the local military facility WENT on the hit list, many newspapers and BROADCASTERs switchED from journalism to boosterism.   > read more
By  Brigid Schulte
Reading The Marshall Tea Leaves
Late justice's papers shed new light on major press cases.
Michael D. Sullivan and Thomas H. Howlett are attorneys at the Washington, D.C., firm of Ross, Dixon & Masback, which represents media clients on First Amendment matters. Alys I. Cohen and Anne G. Depew assisted with research for this article.   > read more
By  Thomas H. Howlett &  Michael D. Sullivan
Visitation Rites
When confronted with reports of visits by the Virgin Mary, weeping statues and other mysterious religious phenomena, journalists rarely ask the tough questions.   > read more
By  William Triplett
The Last Bother: Knowing The Facts
Just ask the relevant people what might have been said.   > read more
By  Reese Cleghorn
Restrained Optimism Over Ruth Ginsburg
She's more sympathetic to the press than her high court predecessor.   > read more
By  Lyle Denniston
N.Y. Times Purchase Good News For Globe
Other potential buyers could have been far worse.   > read more
By  John Morton
Running For '96 in The Granite State
Presidential candidates are stopping by the studios of WMUR-TV.   > read more
By  Lou Prato
The Knights of the Round Table Do Lunch   > read more
By  Retta Blaney
Lose the Malaise, Cover the Story
LETTER FROM ALBUQUERQUE
When the Philadelphia Bulletin went under in 1982, many reporters and editors left the newspaper business. Geiselman followed the craft he loves to the Southwest, and as he makes clear in this letter, he's never looked back   > read more
By  Art Geiselman
News Blues at the Pentagon   > read more
By  David Griffiths
Another Gritty Memoir from the Cop Shop
The Cop Shop: True Crime on the Streets of Chicago
By Robert Blau
Addison-Wesley   > read more
Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp
The Powerful Reality of Images
Picture Perfect: The Art and Artifice of Public Image Making
By Kiku Adatto
BasicBooks   > read more
Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp
Bylines   > read more
By  Chip Rowe
Ballet's Loss   > read more
By   Unknown
Cliché corner   > read more
By  Chip Rowe
Letters   > read more