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Editor’s note: This story was originally published on Dec. 11, 1995.
In one of the few instances of the Justice Department strong-arming journalists since the Nixon Administration, U.S. attorneys in Miami have convened a Federal grand jury to discover the identities of two reporters’ sources. In the process, Federal Government lawyers on the case have Read More
The Los Angeles Times two managing editors, Douglas Frantz and Leo C. Wolinsky, will stay behind when new editor Jim O’Shea takes over on Monday.
After the jump are two staff memos, sent out a couple hours after Dean Baquet announced to the newsroom–while standing on a desk–that he was leaving.
Celebration, U.S.A.: Living in Disney’s Brave New Town , by Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins. Henry Holt, 342 pages, $25.
The Celebration Chronicles: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Property Value in Disney’s New Town , by Andrew Ross. Ballantine Books, 352 pages, $26.
Granted: Living in New York breeds a peculiar kind of Read More