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How Should We Handle Scandal?
Recent allegations surrounding the President and Mrs. Clinton have caused American scandal spectators to pay close attention to the media’s account of their actions. But to what extent are these scandals created and driven by the media?
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University of Virginia, author of Scandal-The Culture of Mistrust in American Politics
American Enterprise Institute, author of Scandal-The Culture of Mistrust in American Politics
McGill University, author of Co-Presidency: The Emergence of Presidential Couples since World War II
author of Showdown: The Struggle between Gingrich and the Clinton White House
Originally Aired: 7/12/1996
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