Blushes, Anyone?

April 1982
National Review;4/2/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p337
This article presents information on issues related to the credibility problems faced by the newspaper Washington Post. It is informed that the Post's coverage of Central America portrays communist rebels through what Shirley Christian, a Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent for the newspaper Miami Herald, calls "a romantic haze." It is opined that credibility is a concept that has less to do with the accuracy of a press conference statement or a subordinate's testimony than with the man's overall authority and plausibility.


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