Paper trail

Kosova, Weston
April 1994
New Republic;4/18/94, Vol. 210 Issue 16, p50
Presents views on journalistic ethics. Information on the motion picture "The Paper"; Details of the practice of undercover reporting; Reason of the newspaper "USA Today" for requiring names in printing quotations; Changes made to photographs being printed in the "Time" magazine.


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