Miranda Journalism

Saturday, March 23, 2002

“All journalism is a lie.” Perhaps an exaggeration, but the journalistic practice of pretending to have the interview subject’s interests in mind - when the story is really the only thing that matters - is as common as it is disingenuous. Bob ponders how candid reporters ought to be.

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