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The Fourth Estate

The Tedium Twins

Tonight: Are there two sides to every question? Back to you, Jim.

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Fact shortage no problem, analysts say

It's much more fun covering a war you can't get to

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Diary of a freeloader

Feeding the hand that bites you

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Calamity Jane

The commander of the New York Times health elite orders constant vigilance against the enemies of the body

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For immediate release

The true story of an innocent journalist trapped inside a public relations firm

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Searching for the sunbelt

Found, in an office at the University of Texas at Dallas

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An inflation libretto

The refrain of paper money in Argentina

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Wanted

An irresponsible press

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Blood and ink

Keeping score in El Salvador

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Speaking for Blacks

Race problems at the New York Review of Books

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Media Martyrdom

The Greensboro shoot-out

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Fast Folk

Keeping up with the gerbils

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Zahedi’s Affairs

The shah’s receiving line in Washington

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Snake Oil

On failing to go to the medicine show

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Invitation to a Hanging

An encounter with Islamic justice

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Loosely Speaking

The First Amendment makes strange bedfellows

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Scoop and Dagger

Competition in the intelligence markets

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On trial in Moscow

Propaganda dressed in the robes of the law

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Market Democracy

The world according to Gallup

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The Common Man and the Electric Church

Religion and its role in class division

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The Treason of the Clerisy

Most American intellectuals adhere to a repressive code

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January 1983