Lively writing and/or objective journalism
CWN - May 03, 2011
Readers enjoy lively writing, but newspaper readers generally expect that reporters will maintain an objective approach to the news. So Terry Mattingly was bemused when a New York Times reporter, writing on the beatification of John Paul II, compared the late Pontiff to John Wayne. Was that vivid prose, or disrespect, or bias?
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