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October 1992
Mo Knows
Maureen Dowd's hip, detail-laden coverage has given New York Times readers a vivid portrait of President Bush and other political figures, and inspired similar reporting. But is it serious?   > read more
By  Leslie Kaufman
What Are We So Afraid Of?
Newspaper publishers seem convinced that the computer age is about to gobble them up. Instead, says a pioneer in media technology, they should harness it.   > read more
By  Roger Fidler
What About the Stories?
A two-time Pulitzer winner reviews the debate over the future of newspapers...and finds something missing.   > read more
By  Jon Franklin
The Savan(t) of Madison Avenue
Leslie Savan's provocative columns on advertising in the Village Voice have twice made her a Pulitzer finalist.   > read more
By  Norman Oder
U.S. Snooze Wakes Up
After a series of embarrassing false starts, Mort Zuckerman's U.S. News & World Report is gaining on the competition.   > read more
By  William Triplett
Politics And Lies: No Price To Pay?
For the press, the challenge is tough and tricky.   > read more
By  Reese Cleghorn
Editor to Staff: Who Should Be Your Boss?   > read more
By  Elizabeth Chang
Life Without Death and Comics   > read more
By  Jim Strader
"PrimeTime" Revives The Hidden Camera   > read more
By  Elizabeth Chang
A Budding Mexican Newspaper Finds Its Niche: Honesty   > read more
By  Trudy Balch
New York Times Co. Gives Up In Gwinnett   > read more
By  Bruce Kauffman
An Insightful Look Behind the Political Masks
What It Takes:
The Way to the White House

By Richard Ben Cramer
Random House   > read more
Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp
Literary Journalism’s Twelve Best
Despite being dubbed the "new journalism" in the 1960s, literary journalism could be considered as old as the Iliad or the Bible. At its best, it's as accurate as traditional journalism and as readable as good fiction.   > read more
Book review by  Judith Paterson
Cliché corner   > read more
By  Chip Rowe