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Politico endorse post-first, check-later journalism. (Erik Wemple) “‘All the President’s Men’ has withstood rigorous scrutiny over the past four decades,” notes Jack Shafer. (Washington Post) Arnie Robbins steps down as editor of St. Louis Post-Dispatch. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Dave Barry to be honored with Lifetime Achievement Award from National Society of … Read More
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