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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover: A Dozen (or more) TV Stories To Sell Your News Manager For Sweeps
By VINCE PATTON
Inside Story: Old-Fashioned Reporting Turns Good Stories to Gold
by Mike Dunne
Climate Skeptics in Europe? Mostly Missing in Action
By PAUL D. THACKER
President's Report: No Matter The Name, The Only Agenda Is Pure Journalism
By PERRY BEEMAN
Science Survey: Bird Flu: The Coming Pandemic Or Much Less?
by CHRISTINE HEINRICHS
The Beat: Leaking Gas Tanks and Chemical Pollution Are Common Focus
By MIKE DUNNE
Reporter's Toolbox: The Case Against Fluoride Mounts
By BETTE HILEMAN
Platte River At The Crossroads
By WENDY HESSLER
Hopeful Signs For SEJ's FOI Efforts
By JOSEPH A. DAVIS
Media on the Move
By JACKLEEN DE LA HARPE
Pre-Conference Workshops For New And Seasoned Journalists
UVM to Host Vermont-Flavored Hearty Party
By CHERYL DORSCHNER
Research Roundup: Media Hype's Impacts on Disaster Victims and Endangered Species
By JAN KNIGHT
"Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People and the Environment"
By Jacques Leslie
Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, $15.75
Reviewed By NANCY BAZILCHUK
"The Winds of Change: Climate, Weather and the Destruction of Civilization"
By Eugene Linden
Simon & Schuster, $26.00
Reviewed By JIM MOTAVALLI
"The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey"
By Candice Millard
Reviewed By MARK NEUZIL