Analyze This

Foer, Franklin
October 2000
New Republic;10/09/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 15, p12
Questions the reputation of journalist Gail Sheehy after suggesting that Texas Governor and presidential candidate George W. Bush suffers from dyslexia in her article for the journal “Vanity Fair” in the U.S. National prominence gained by Sheehy as a reporter for the “New York” magazine; Formula she applied in profiling presidential contenders for "Vanity Fair"; Mistake of the journalist in describing the columnist Gene Lyons as a novelist; Claim of Sheehy that First Lady Hillary Clinton suffered irreparable psychological damage when her father skipped her college graduation speech; Suggestion that competition with other reporters is one of the reason for her increasing sensationalism.


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