Enron: Scandal or Fiasco?

Saturday, January 19, 2002

As congress probes Enron’s ties to elected officials, the task of covering the company’s bankruptcy has shifted from the business to the political press. And along with this journalist line-up change comes the word “scandal.” But is Enron’s collapse proof of a scandal, or do the Washington press corps only know how to tell one kind of story? Host Brooke Gladstone talks to Hotline Scoop columnist Howard Mortman.

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