Notes & Asides

Foote, Fred; W. F. B.; Patterson, Tony; Harlan, Charles A.; Smith, Emmons S.
January 1982
National Review;1/22/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p20
The article presents views of various people on topics related to mass media. Fred Foote of Cornell University says that researcher Thomas Gold is the one who predicted that there would be dust on the moon. Tony Patterson from Augusta, Georgia, says after watching Nicaraguan Foreign Minister's interviewed on ABC's program "Nightline," that the Minister promised that Nicaragua did not intend to invade the U.S. Another person reminds that the writers of the "The Newsletter Editor's Desk Book" have used "he" throughout the text to reference the editor or writer.


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