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Articles from The Quill (March 1, 1989)

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25 years of Times v. Sullivan: the libel landmark has proved disastrous for press responsibility. Mollenhoff, Clark F.; Swislow, William 3885
A 'feeding frenzy,' courtesy Project Watchdog. Vahlberg, Vivian E. 1028
A coup in the gallery. Kleeman, Richard P. 1257
A messy affair. 546
An FOI maven in every shop. Davis, Paul M. 1262
Cool it: profs and pros have skewered one another too long, to no one's benefit. Hart, Jack 3536
Financial secrets; public failures. Talbott, Frederick 963
How to make your boss happy. Caperton, Frank 549
Jobs for Journalists: helping employers find Mr. or Ms. right. Vahlberg, Vivian E. 1050
Mississippi morass: when Hollywood messes with history, everyone stands to lose. Swislow, William 3978
Mississippi truth: though it's pure Hollywood, the movie got the spirit right. Minor, Bill 722
Mucking up history. Moore, Mike editorial 1028
Regaining sanity: to do it, we have to move beyond 'refereed' publications. Berkman, Dave 1743
The fairness doctrine: a threat to broadcast - and print. Seigenthaler, John 3007
The upper Arlington caper: was it ethical for high school journalists to set up the cops? Kubiske, Daniel E. 3152
Times v. Sullivan: the music still plays sweetly. Sanford, Bruce W. 935
Will officials ever learn? McMasters, Paul 939

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