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|(3%pter Four The Public Challenge: Truth-Telling in Journalism History The facts |
fairly and honestly presented; truth will take care of itself. - William Allen White
Love them or hate them, journalists have been around, in one form or another, ...
|Democracy needs facts. Once, while I was questioning publisher and editor |
William Allen White, we arrived at a formula that still is the best rule for journalists
— The facts fairly and honestly presented; the truth will take care of itself. *
|Give him no news, or present him only with distorted and incomplete data, with |
ignorant, sloppy, or biased reporting, with ... York State Publishers Association,
August 30, 1948 The facts fairly and honestly presented; truth will take care of
|Waugh, Evelyn The facts fairly and honestly presented; truth will take care of itself|
. -White, William Allen There is much to be said in favor of modern journalism. By
giving us the opinions of the uneducated, it keeps us in touch with the ...
|Since paak sau approaches from the outside, I remove my left hand from the line |
of attack so Chris has a clear opening for his punch. When the facts are fairly and
honestly presented, truth will take care of itself. Page 155 As the punch comes ...
|... but the points of view were so varied that from the morass, the public could |
eventually arrive at its own perception of the truth. ... up his prescription for the ills
of journalism: "The facts fairly and honestly presented; truth will take care of itself.
|-White, William Allen The facts fairly and honestly presented; truth will take care |
of itself. -White, William Allen Liberty is the only thing you cannot have unless you
are willing to give it to others. -White, William Allen Reason has never failed men
|In other words, he can testify not as to actualities but merely as to his medical |
conclusions. ... when he is required to testify peremptorily concerning certainties,
he is compelled to stretch or otherwise distort the truth. While positive statements
from medical witnesses make it easy for courts to find evidence to sustain
commission findings of fact, such positive ... a commission creates confidence
that all cases will be decided fairly and honestly in accordance with the evidence
|It was time to look the facts fairly in the face, and there had been just opposition |
enough to make the policy of the ... They bad told the honest truth, and placed the
Issue fairly before tho proprietors whether they would support them or not ... all
exceptional working expenses, reduce them to the standard at which the South
Eastern were working at present, ... connect himself with statements of that
description ; he had got some character to lose, and he would take care be did
not do so.
|Truth. a. Public. Utility. and. Then. Make. the. Public. Realize. That. It. Is. for. |
Public. Service. Description of Types of Trucks Used and Their Equipment ... In
this magazine we can continually bring out the facts about the gas business in
general and our side of the story in particular. ... Make them your friends, and the
future will take care of itself. we hear much of the needs of the utilities.
Presupposing that they are honestly and efficiently conducted, what is their
greatest need today?