Has Money Corrupted Washington Journalism?

Doyle, James S.
December 1999
Nieman Reports;Winter99/Spring2000, Vol. 53/54 Issue 4/1, p49
Criticizes how salaries and benefits affected journalists and journalism in the United States. Life style and attitudes of journalists; Classification of reporters; Implication of the quest for celebrity status.


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