"Impact of Mirage Series Still Felt 35 Years Later" – William Recktenwald – St. Louis Journalism Review presents Gateway Journalism Review

Byline: William Recktenwald; 2013-03-01; Gateway Journalism ReviewSt. Louis Journalism Review; pages pp. 22-24.

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"Thirty-five years have passed, but the series is still talked about — not so much as to what was reported, but how it was reported, and its impact not on the crooks that were exposed, but on reporting methods."

Description:William Recktenwald discusses undercover journalism with Brooke Kroeger thirty-five years after The Mirage.

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