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Bruning, Fred, "Are Journalists Basically Liars?" in Maclean's, Vol. 102, No. 17, April 24, 1989, p. 11.

Friendly, Fred, Review in New York Times Book Review, February 25, 1990, Section 7, p. 1.

Lukas, J. Anthony, "The Journalist: A Source's Captive or Betrayer?" in Washington Monthly, Vol. 22, No. 44, May 1990, p. 44.

Seligman, Craig, "Brilliant Careers," salon.com (February 29, 2000).

Stimpson, Catherine R., Review in Nation, Vol. 250, No. 25, June 25, 1990.

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