War and Leaks
- Letters. Shumaker, James; Inlow, Robert J.; Freydberg, Bernard; Limkeman, Karen; Tormey, Robert; McConnell, Beth A.; McCurry, Mike; Wolf, Christopher // Newsweek;10/23/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 17, p18
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Denial and Disaster" in the October 9, 2006 issue, and "Celebrating a Web That's Free for Now," in The Technologist, October 9, 2006 issue.
- The secret sharer. Weinberg, S. // Mother Jones;May/Jun92, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p52
Profiles investigative journalist Bob Woodward. Controversial practice of refusing to reveal sources; Consequent result that some experts have come to doubt his accuracy and even his honesty; Response from Woodward to critics' charges; Overview of his major works exposing respected government...
- Happygate. Szegedy-Maszak, M. // Esquire;Jul92, Vol. 118 Issue 1, p72
Profiles Bob Woodward and his post-Watergate image. Hero of Watergate; Astonishing rehabilitation; The knight of American journalism; Forthcoming biography; Transformation of his image; His simple, lifelong credo; Happy being a reporter; His wealth of information; Fathers comments; Three stages...
- Bob Woodward delves into the secrets of... Hirschberg, L. // New York;9/21/87, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p110
Ever since reporter Bob Woodward, 44, broke the Watergate-burglary story in 1972, he's been at the center of one big exclusive after another. Looks at his new book, the title of which is secret, about William Casey's tenure as head of the Central Intelligence Agency.
- Behind our lines: How we went to war. Balamaci, M.; Loengard, J. // People;5/20/91, Vol. 35 Issue 19, p70
Presents excerpts of an interview with journalist Bob Woodward, 48. He discusses the research and writing of his new book, `The Commanders,' a look at the decision-making that brought America to war in the Persian Gulf. Woodward spoke with over400 people before writing the book.
- What about Bob? Gup, Ted // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Mar96, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p238
Features the writer Bob Woodward whose coverage of Watergate scandal brought down the Nixon presidency. Implication of his belief that everybody, at the heart of their being, had a secret; Relations with the powers that be; Refusal to leave the `Washington Post'; Techniques of investigative...
- All in fun. Cerio, Gregory // Newsweek;6/20/1994, Vol. 123 Issue 25, p6
Looks at mixed White House reaction to Bob Woodward's kiss-and-tell book. Paul Begala's reference in the book to Leon Panetta; Woodward's remarkable access to White House sources.
- Woodward fallout edition. Cerio, Gregory // Newsweek;6/20/1994, Vol. 123 Issue 25, p6
Presents conventional wisdom on Bob Woodward's merciless details and their effect on the commander in chief. Players include H.R. Clinton, A. Gore, A. Greenspan, R. Rubin, P. Begala and L. Moynihan.
- Correspondence. Kurfz, Howie; Zaplalynsky, Andrew // New Republic;3/15/80, Vol. 182 Issue 11, p3
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in the previous issues. "Those Who Can't Teach, Consult," by Howie Kurtz published in the January 5 and 12 issues; "Afghanistan Doesn't Matter," by Ronald Steel published in the February 16 issue; Military incursion of...