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Arthur Charity was an editorial writer and columnist for one of Canada's major daily newspapers, the Ottawa Citizen, before joining the Project on Public Life and the Press. His essays have appeared in magazines including Columbia Journalism Review, New Outlook, Israel Scene, Nature Canada, and the late, lamented Brooklyn Free Press. Between earing master's degrees in economics and journalism, he taught with the Peace Corps in Cameroon, central Africa.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Journalism Social aspects, Journalism Objectivity, Journalistic ethics, Public interest