Morality and the Press in the Bush White House NPR's senior news analyst Daniel Schorr reflects on the issues of paying journalists for favorable coverage and the release of secret tape recordings made by the president's acquaintance, Douglas Wead.
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Morality and the Press in the Bush White House

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Morality and the Press in the Bush White House

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Morality and the Press in the Bush White House

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NPR's senior news analyst Daniel Schorr reflects on the issues of paying journalists for favorable coverage and the release of secret tape recordings made by the president's acquaintance, Douglas Wead.