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Media Circus: The Trouble with America's Newspapers

by Howard Kurtz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0812963563, Paperback)

Named America's Best Media Reporter by the American Journalism Review

Revised and Updated Updated with a New Introducton by the Author

From his front-row seat as the press critic for The Washington Post, Howard Kurtz has chronicled the press's sorry record in covering news, politics, and scandal. In Media Circus he takes readers behind the scenes to show how newspapers have bungled so many important stories, from the Gulf, War and Gennifer Flowers to Clarence Thomas and Zoe Baird, including a new chapter -- specially written for this edition -- on the roller-coaster coverage of the Clinton White House. Taking on sacred cows, even in his own newsroom, Kurtz leaves no doubt why he is regarded as the best on his beat.

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