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  • The Independent Journalism of I F Stone
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    The Independent Journalism of I. F. Stone

    Panelists discuss the life and work of journalist I.F. Stone at an event celebrating the 100th anniversary of Stone’s birth. Topics included I.F. Stone’s influence on the field of…

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  • emThe Trustem
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    The Trust

    Susan Tift and Alex Jones talked about the families that created and run the New York Times. They described the creation and history of the New York Times newspaper, including its rise to…

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  • The Future of South Africa
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    The Future of South Africa

    Deputy President Mbeki spoke about South Africa and the role the U.S. has played in the rise of democracy there and about some of the changes in other African countries. He also talked…

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  • Presidential Speech
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    Presidential Speech

    President Clinton discussed his desire to remain strong in foreign affairs as the line between foreign policy and domestic policy becomes blurred through modern technology and the Internet.…

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  • Restoring Public Trust in Newspapers
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    Restoring Public Trust in Newspapers

    Mr. Giles concluded the annual ASNE conventions. He said that journalists must continue to serve the public trust and rebuild public trust through fairness, accuracy and more local news…

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  • emDetroit Newsem
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    Detroit News

    Mr. Giles discussed how the newspaper is organized and the news story decision process.

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  • What Should Journalism Schools Teach
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    What Should Journalism Schools Teach?

    The panel is from the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.

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  • National Security and the Press
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    National Security and the Press

    Panelists discussed national security and its relationship to a nation’s need for knowledge about governmental business.

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