Raising Hell: Straight Talk with Investigative Journalists

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Ron Chepesiuk, Haney Howell, Edward Lee
McFarland, Jan 1, 1997 - History - 181 pages
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In recent years, a new wave of investigative journalists have become prominent. Some relish being politically incorrect (David Brock, author of The Real Anita Hill); others methodically shatter cultural icons (Douglas Frantz's expose of Washington insider Clark Clifford); and still others have revealed such horror as Cold War experimentation on unsuspecting citizens (Eileen Welsome's Pulitzer Prize-winning stories). In their own words, these journalists and nine others (Tim Weiner, John Camp, Marjie Lundstrom, Gerald Posner, Sydney Schanberg, David Burnham, Bryon Acohido, Dan Moldea and Brian Ross) provide insight to their jobs and the role of investigative journalism in American society.

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This volume includes interviews with 11 contemporary investigative reporters from print and electronic media, conducted by three faculty members from Winthrop University. A skimpy introduction does ... Read full review

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Tim Weiner
5
John Camp
19
Marjie Lundstrom
35
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Ron Chepesiuk is a professor and head of special collections at Winthrop University. He is also the author of Sixties Radicals, Then and Now (1995), Hard Target (1999) and The Scotch-Irish (2000). He lives in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Haney Howell lives in Rock Hill South Carolina. Edward Lee lives in York, South Carolina.

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