THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

With a focus on news, New Yorker redefines itself

Stories by Hersh highlight change

By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / May 18, 2004

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It's not clear who called whom. But reporter Seymour Hersh and The New Yorker editor, David Remnick, both vividly recall that on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, they conferred about the need for Hersh to focus single-mindedly on the 9/11 story -- to "be all over this, be on this wherever it takes you," in Remnick's words. "He said, ... (Full Article: 961 Words)

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