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The Washington PostDeadlines and Disruption treads familiar ground: the debates about who, ultimately, counts as a journalist. The questions of how to encourage the kind of vital investigative reporting so essential to a democracy. The all-important matter of financing. Shepard treats those journalistic questions journalistically, bringing a reporter's sensibility—curiosity, an eye for detail, an impulse to analyze and synthesize—to his assessment of his profession. His conclusion is learned and passionate and just a little bit romantic.