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Published: Kevin Stoker
Kevin L. Stoker (Journalism and Media Studies) published a study on The New York Times' first chief South American correspondent in Journalism and Communication Monographs. "The Journalist Who Interpreted Too Much: The New York Times Courtship, Defense, and Betrayal of John W. White" chronicles the paper's coverage of Argentina and neighboring republics during the infamous decade of the 1930s.
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