by Seth Mnookin
May 16, 2014 The New York Times made news this week when it announced Jill Abramson's departure. For a deeper understanding of the paper's history, author Kevin Roose recommends Hard News by Seth Mnookin.
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January 11, 2012 Novelist Jeff Shaara ends his World War II series, comedian Tina Fey gets bossy, playwright Michael Frayn remembers his working-class English father, former banker William Cohan scrutinizes Goldman Sachs, and journalist Seth Mnookin advocates for vaccines.
January 9, 2011 Twenty-five percent of Americans believe vaccines could lead to development disorders in children. How can so many people be wrong?
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