Washington Press Corps History As the nation's capitol, Washington, D.C., has its share of government officials. But it is also teeming with journalists. A new book details the history of the sometimes rowdy, and sometimes cozy relationship between the government and the media.
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As the nation's capitol, Washington, D.C., has its share of government officials. But it is also teeming with journalists. A new book details the history of the sometimes rowdy, and sometimes cozy relationship between the government and the media.

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Donald Ritchie , author, Reporting from Washington: The History of the Washington Press Corps