From whether the sex life of a politician is serious news to how Wikileaks is changing how to think about government secrecy, debates on issues of journalism are all around us, and constantly shifting. Stephen Engelberg, the Pulitzer Prize-winning managing editor of investigative journalism non-profit ProPublica, has had a unique vantage point on these questions for years. In this collection of a dozen short essays on the subject, Engelberg shares sharp analysis, in each case starting from a well-known story, and drawing on fascinating anecdotes from his own experience, as well as a passion for accountability.
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