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CJR was founded in the early 1960s under the auspices of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, and for this reader, they represent the high high journalistic standards that we should expect in the world today. They have been a "watchdog and a friend of the press in all its forms, from newspapers to magazines to radio, television, and the Web," and it's this form of balance that has made them so good since just before the Vietnam Era.
The content is excellent. Looking through the current issue, we find the Language Corner column, where Merrill Perlman takes a look at the word "Grudge," and observes that the word has its roots in an old German word meaning "lament," that it's a lot of fun to say. Among other things he states:
"The noun 'grudge' means 'hostility or ill will against someone over a real or fancied grievance,' or the cause of that resentment, says Webster's New World College Dictionary (Fourth Edition). 'He bears a grudge because a woman was promoted instead of him' is one example.
There is a section by Marla Jo Fisher entitled Beyond 'Deep Throat,' where reporters find themselves in odd situations, offering anecdotes from various journalists. Elysse James, a reporter for the Orange County Register offered this:
"I covered a police-dog funeral for the Long Beach Press-Telegram.Read more ›
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