February 1977
New Republic;2/5/77, Vol. 176 Issue 6, p6
The author comments on U.S. President Jimmy Carter's and his cabinet's choices of journalists hired as public relations or policy officials. He notes the traditionally adversarial relationship between the government and the media and he wonders whether to congratulate the journalists or fear for their honor. He includes a list of those selected, including Albert Eisele of Knight-Ridder newspapers, Eileen Shanahan of "The New York Times," and Michael Janeway of "The Atlantic."


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