The Man Who Invented Fidel:
Castro, Cuba, and Herbert L. Matthews of The New York Times
Author: Anthony DePalma
>From the Publisher
In 1957, Herbert L. Matthews of the New York Times tracked down Fidel Castro in Cuba's Sierra Maestra mountains and returned with what was considered the scoop of the century.
TRUTH AND DUTY:
The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power
Author: Mary Mapes
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Former 60 Minutes producer Mary Mapes has become the poster girl for bias and arrogance in America's news media. Her arrogant, self-indulging and bitter book re-enforces the problem. Indeed, it is symptomatic of what ailes journalism.
Searching for Truth in the Land of Spin
Author: Larry Beinhart
Publisher: Avalon Publishing Group
FROM THE PUBLISHER
Everyone in the world knows what Bill Clinton did with Monica Lewinsky, or the sordid facts about the O.J. Simpson case. Ask them about the in and outs of the British Royal Family, or what happened to Brad and Jennifer and you'll find they're pretty clued in.
FIGHTING FOR AIR
Author: Liz Trotta
Publisher: University of Missouri Press