Karbo, Karen
February 1994
New Republic;2/7/94, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p12
Describes the impact on the people of Oregon of the news coverage of the trial of Tonya Harding regarding her role in a ice skating competition controversy. Media coverage of the arraignment of Shawn Eckhardt, Harding's bodyguard; Activities at the KATU newsroom related to the coverage of Eckhardt's and Harding's case; Result of an informal poll on Harding's case; Views of members of the Tonya Harding Fan Club on the ice skater.


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