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CONTENTS Preface to the New Edition Introduction 1. What Is Journalism For? 2. Truth: The First and Most Confusing Principle 3. Who Journalists Work For 4. Journalism of Verification 5. Independence from Faction 6. Monitor Power and Offer Voice to the Voiceless 7. Journalism as a Public Forum 8. Engagement and Relevance 9. Make the News Comprehensive and Proportional 10. Journalists Have a Responsibility to Conscience 11. The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens Acknowledgments Index
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Journalism -- United States.