3 edition of Secrets of Journalism in Russia found in the catalog.
by Nova Science Pub Inc
Written in English
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How America Lost Its Secrets, the new book by longtime crime journalist Edward Jay Epstein, is a great slop bucket of ice-cold water poured on this received narrative. “In journalism and politics, the old ‘I left the room for 20 minutes’ is a familiar ruse by sources who want plausible deniability for sharing confidential information,” the .