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The Media

Kerry rumor shows how scandal travels in the media

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / February 23, 2004

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Like a steaming geyser bubbling up from the netherworld, rumors of infidelity involving Democratic presidential front-runner John Kerry forced their way through the journalism hierarchy. While much of the media exercised well-founded caution in handling the story earlier this month, the episode became the latest example of a pattern in which scandal and rumor travel through a fragmented media universe, ... (Full Article: 940 Words)

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