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October 1991
D'ja Hear The One About TheSick HumorMagazine?
At National Lampoon and Spy, it ain't funny. Revenue is down. Readers are scarce. And their muse ran off with the auditor.   > read more
By  Jeffrey Scott
The Oakland Tribune Rides Again
Battling Bob Maynard reached into his sombrero and pulled out a debt writeoff from Gannett and a Cheshire cat named Neuharth. Now what?   > read more
By  Michael Liedtke
Be A Stringer See The World
Inspired on a Hawaiian beach, they set up shop in Seoul and wound up reporting for The New York Times and Newsweek. It worked wonderfully for two hardscrabble years.   > read more
By  Peter Leyden &  David Bank
Wendy Bergen's Exclusive
The ace reporter promised her bosses at KCNC Denver a riveting story on illegal dogfights. Strange thing, it arrived in a plain brown envelope.   > read more
By  Alan Prendergast
Exposing the Secrets of Mississippi Racism
To the dismay of some, the Clarion-Ledger is mining the bitter past: the Medgar Evers murder, state spies and its own unsavory record.   > read more
By  Marcel Dufresne
The Old Evil World Reinvents Its Press
They seem to want a few tips from us. Let's be careful.   > read more
By  Reese Cleghorn
The Press Respected Privacy – Twice
Are there ethical criteria for outing a gay?   > read more
By  Bill Monroe
Where The TV News Jobs Are: Fox, Cable
"The TV reporter will be covering architecture for the architecture channel."   > read more
By  Lou Prato
A Source May Hit You With Estoppel
Common-law theory can make an informal promise legally binding.   > read more
By  Lyle Denniston
Power Of The Press In Russia And U.S.
Yeltsin knew when he climbed atop a tank that the world was watching.   > read more
By  John Morton
P&G's Foray Into Reporter's Phone Records   > read more
By  Patricia Gallagher
L.A. Times Exiles Vets, Calls Up Rookies   > read more
By  Charles Rappleye
Most Of Press Declines To "Out" DOD Official   > read more
By  Chris Kent
Women's Protest Gets Results In St. Pete   > read more
By  Randye Hoder
Iboga? Frog Calls? It's Community Radio   > read more
By  Nicols Fox
Scotty Reston, American Optimist
By James Reston
Random House   > read more
Book review by  Eugene Patterson
Bylines   > read more
By   Unknown
Letters   > read more
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