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The Journalist and the Murderer by Janet Malcolm. Silent Spring forms one of the green movement’s literary cornerstones with its fearless depiction of companies and chemicals damaging the environment and the people within. Especially the living, breathing ones who might sue for libel if they fear unfair portrayals and implications. The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr. and .
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The Student" (Russian: "Студент", romanized: Student) is a short story by Anton Chekhov first published on April 16, 1894, in the newspaper Russkie Vedomosti. It tells of a clerical student returning home on a cold Good Friday evening who stops at a fire and meets two widows. He recounts to them the canonical Gospels' story of the Denial of Peter and upon finishing, notes that these two women are deeply moved, leading him to conclude that all of history is connected through truth and beauty.
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Help the Student Press Law Center defend, support and promote the First Amendment rights of high school and college journalists and their advisers. Journalism has never been more important - and student news organizations are increasingly filling the gaps in news deserts. We've got their backs. Hot take about how parachute reporting, quicker story turn arounds and the push to send all media requests through PR departments has lead to less knowledgable reporters. Of the many crises threatening journalism, one challenge is almost invisible. Journalists today understand less of the truth about the people they cover.