About: A critical analysis of the moral cost of being a journalist focuses on the relationship that developed between author Joe McGinness and convicted killer Jeffrey MacDonald and argues that the nature of journalism entails the betrayal of trust
About: Explores the relationship between journalists and their subjects, and the question of journalistic ethics, using the lawsuit of convicted murderer Jeffrey MacDonald against author Joe McGinniss, as a case study
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