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    War Correspondents Reunion: Vietnam Part 2

    Former Vietnam War correspondents talked about their experiences while covering the conflict after U.S. troops pulled out of Vietnam in 1972. This was part of an event concerning several…

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    Haunting Legacy

    Marvin and Deborah Kalb looked at how the Vietnam War has affected presidential decisions regarding going to war since 1975. During this event at the National Press Club the co-authors were…

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    The New York Times: The Complete Front Pages, 1851-2008

    Bernard Kalb moderated a panel discussion about the impact of the front pages of the New York Times going back to 1851 and how that impact has changed over time, especially recently. The…

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    War Correspondents Reunion: World War II

    World War II news correspondents reminisced about their experiences covering the events of the war. They examined these events from both perspectives, as eyewitnesses and as journalists.

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    Nixon-Ford-Kissinger Foreign Policy Era

    A panel of persons who were involved at the time reviewed the 1970s foreign policy of Presidents Nixon and Ford, for whom Henry Kissinger served as national security adviser and secretary…

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    City Room

    A panel of former New York Times journalists and Mr. Gelb discussed Mr. Gelb’s new memoir, City Room, published by Marian Wood Books. Mr. Gelb told some of the stories from the book of his…

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    1968 and the Vietnam War

    Panelists reflected on 1968 and the Vietnam war. They talked about the idea that media reporting directly affected the public opinion toward the Vietnam War.

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    Media and the War on Terrorism

    Panelists talked about the relationship between the government and the media, information management policies in current efforts to combat terrorism, and media access to deployed troops.…

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    Vietnam: Politics and Media

    Participants talked about the impacts of the Vietnam War on domestic politics and on the media. Among the issues they addressed were the power of the media to sway political decision making, how…

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    Media Coverage of War

    Mr. Kalb covered the fall of Saigon, and Mr. Nessen announced it to the nation as the White House press secretary. They discussed the impact of the Vietnam War on the news media. They also…

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    Traveling With Kissinger

    Participants discussed former Secretary Kissinger’s style of diplomacy and his rapport with the press corps. They said that he often staged hours-long meetings with foreign heads of state…

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    Reporting Vietnam Panel 2

    Panelists discussed the book, Reporting Vietnam, published by Library of America. The book is about the role of journalism in the conduct of the Vietnam War.

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    Vietnam and Media-Government Relations

    In a symposium on the 30th anniversary of the Tet Offensive, journalists who covered the Vietnam War discussed their experiences and described how the war influenced relations between the…

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    International Journalism

    Mr. Hall spoke about how the media should help people make sense of events occuring in the world around them and journalists' role in the world. Mr. Hall said that the readership and viewership…

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    Russian Election and the Media

    A runoff presidential election will be held in Russia next week. The participants talked about the role of the media in the Russian presidential campaign. Mr. Malashenko described the legal and…

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    Friday Mount Vernon Journal

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers, and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail. In the first…

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    Unibomber Manifesto: Publish or Perish?

    The participants discussed the decision by “The Washington Post” and the “New York Times” to publish a lengthy statement by the “Unabomber.” The FBI has been investigating the man known as the…

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    Contract on Congress: Is the Media Fair?

    A discussion sponsored by the CENTER FOR MEDIA AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, Contract on Congress: Is the Media Fair? Journalists,Industry analysts and scholars responded to findings examining news…

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    Public Policy and the Press

    George Washington University and the National Press Club held a panel discussion about public policy and the press. The panelists, who represented various news/media organizations spoke…

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    The Old Media in the 1992 Campaign

    A group of panelists discussed what pressures have caused media coverage of the 1992 presidential campaign to differ from the 1988.

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