Press Against Politics

Fairlie, Henry
November 1976
New Republic;11/13/76, Vol. 175 Issue 20, p10
Focuses on political journalism in the U.S. Preference to have a genuine Democratic party by columnist and commentator George Will; Comment on the political journalism by conservative James Jackson Kilpatrick; Evidence of the lack of moral information among journalists; Discussion of the task of political journalists.


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