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December 1991
The Last Minority
Disabled journalists know how to circumvent their obstacles. Not so the editors who hire them.   > read more
By  Neil H. Reisner &  Anne Marie Cooke
Bitter Harvest for a Farm Magazine
Capital Cities kept the title of Michigan Farmer alive but fired the editor and eliminated the investigative reporting.   > read more
By  Richard Lehnert
Anger In The Newsroom
Past and present reporters will tell you: Newspapers are dying, it's no fun anymore. Is this just everyday bitching – or something new?   > read more
By  Louis Peck
Geraldo Bursts Into Print
The rambunctious Rivera bought a hometown weekly, made himself editor and his wife investigative reporter. "The little paper that roared," he calls it. Not everyone agrees.   > read more
By  Neil A. Sheehan
A Giant Named Elmer
The Smithsonian forgot him. But Elmer Davis, with a flat voice and first amendment guts, once reigned as the great American commentator.   > read more
By  Bernard Roshco
Bias In The Press: "Both Sides Are...."
It is often an easy and phony ploy for a reporter who wants sanctuary.   > read more
By  Reese Cleghorn
Anita Hill Explosion Also Hit The Press
Three powerful papers came to three different editorial conclusions.   > read more
By  Bill Monroe
Pre-emption For News Gets More Painful
One suggestion is that the networks alternate coverage.   > read more
By  Lou Prato
Ruling On Rape Name
Florida judge's pro-press decision is judicial daring of the highest order.   > read more
By  Lyle Denniston
How The Democrat Beat The Gazette
The publisher's plan to save his Little Rock paper included giving away classified ads.   > read more
By  John Morton
Book Writer Not Journalist, Says Court; Notes Subpoenaed   > read more
By  Garrett Scott Brunswick
Press Freedom In Paraguay Can Be Lethal   > read more
By  Joel Solomon
The Battle For Affluents Outside Atlanta   > read more
By  Bruce Kauffman
Washington Times Writer Quits Over "Update"   > read more
By  Elliott Negin
Moneyed Columnist Bad Bet To Bank   > read more
By  H. Glenn Rosenkrantz
Broadsides From "A Baltimore Babbitt"
The Impossible H.L. Mencken
Edited by Marion Elizabeth Rodgers
Doubleday   > read more
Book review by  Richard Krolik
Changing The Channels At "Fluffy" TV Guide   > read more
By  Chip Rowe
Bylines   > read more
By   Unknown
Letters   > read more
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