Nieman Reports

Summer 1993

God In The Newsroom

Cover for Summer 1993

“Constraints of the Religion Reporter” by Peter Steinfels
“We Don’t Get It Right” by William Freehoff
“Why God Didn’t Die” by Harvey Cox
“Challenge of Pluralism” by Diana Eck
“Debacle at Waco” by Wendell Rawls
“Lecher, Witch and Weirdo” by Nancy Bernhard
“God as City Editor” by John S. Driscoll
“Catholicism” by Russell Shaw
“The Catholic Church, the Press and Me” by James Carroll
“The Southern Baptists” by Gustav Niebuhr
“Judaism” by Jeffrey Goldberg
“The President’s Religion” by Shaun Casey
“Black Churches” by Adelle Banks
“Religion and Foreign Affairs” by J. Bryan Hehir
“Who Reads Religion News?” by Stewart Hoover, Barbara Hanley and Martin Radelfinger
“Racial Tensions in the Press: A Chapter from Media Circus by The Washington Post’s Media Reporter” by Howard Kurtz
“Gresham’s Second Law” by R.W. Apple Jr
“Going Face to Face With Readers” by Lynne Enders Glaser
“Missing Second Industrial Revolution” by Alfred Balk
“At The Hinge of History by Joseph C. Harsch” by John Hughes
“Five Myths of Television Power by Douglas Davis” by Valerie Hyman
“Read All About It by James D. Squires” by Joe Hall
“Preparing for the Twenty-First Century by Paul Kennedy” by Christopher Lydon
“American Ground Zero by Carole Gallagher” by Michele McDonald
“Thinking Out Loud by Anna Quindlen” by Katherine Skiba
“States of Mind by Jonathan Yardley” by Katherine Harting Travers

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