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Alex Beam

Harvard tell-all book tells little

By Alex Beam
Globe Columnist / December 16, 2004

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In a profession that is no stranger to elaborate ethical elisions -- journalism -- the name Richard Blow is synonymous with a rarefied form of perfidy. As executive editor of George magazine, Blow told staffers not to talk about George founder John F. Kennedy Jr. shortly after the young man's death -- at the request of the family, he later ... (Full article: 693 words)

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