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Click on a title below to access the article. (The World & I issue that the article appeared in is found in parentheses.)

Objectivity Problems

Pro-Choice Tilt?  (Oct 2003) 
Slanted Polls Yield Biased News  (Oct 2002) 
Who's the Most Objective Anchor?  (Aug 2002) 
The Art of Agenda Setting  (May 2001) 
Ignoring Distorted Political Ads  (Mar 2001) 
Drawing a Bead on Guns  (Jun 2000) 
TV's 'Evil' Businessmen  (Sep 1999) 
Objectivity and the Morning TV News  (Jun 1999) 
Unbalanced Budget Reporting  (Jan 1999) 
The Selling of Global Warming  (May 1998) 
Is There an Anti-Pro-Life Bias?  (Apr 1997) 
The Tilt Against Dole  (Feb 1997) 
Double-Standard Economics  (Nov 1996) 
Militias: Rushing to Judgment  (Sep 1995) 
The Many Excesses of Ecojournalism  (Jul 1995) 
Convention Coverage: Microcosm of Media Bias  (Nov 1992) 
Reporting on Environmentalists: No Objectivity Here  (Aug 1992) 
Déjà Vu in '92  (Jun 1992) 
Singing Out of Tune on the Economy  (Apr 1992) 
The Hyping of Heterosexual AIDS  (Sep 1991) 
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