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Hollywood reporter

Americans rank journalists down there with used car salesmen and lawyers. So why do we keep making movies about them?

By Richard B. Woodward
January 11, 2004

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TO GET AHEAD in journalism these days, it's better to be a clever stylist and to suck up to your boss than to settle for printing the truth. (Full Article: 1483 Words)

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