The best of enemies

December 1999
Editor & Publisher;12/11/99, Vol. 132 Issue 50, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the disagreement between the `San Francisco Independent' newspaper and Bill Fazio, candidate for district attorney of the city of San Francisco, California, as of December 11, 1999. Newspaper's criticism of Fazio; Newspaper's publication of Fazio's advertisement attacking the newspaper.


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