How We Survive Attacks on Journalism

It is no secret that leaders, at home and abroad, have a problem with journalists. Rants against news organizations and individuals punctuate conversations in Europe and Asia as easily as they do in the United States. How do members of the media navigate their profession in such a climate? Some of the top journalists in the country, representing National Review, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and USA Today discuss the challenges of staying on top of their reporting at a time when leaders in powerful positions criticize their work.

Festival: Aspen Ideas 2018

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