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Jack Anderson, Case #4, JOU 3003, Fall 2009 You’ve now read about Jack Anderson’s storied and controversial career. Based on what you’ve read, answer the following questions. Please limit your answers to this page. 1. What assumptions did Anderson challenge in his career? 20 points The New York Times wrote that Anderson held a lifelong campaign to keep the government honest. He won a Pulitzer for reporting the government's switch away from India and towards Pakistan. His column was very successful, usually being the first to break stories. Some assumptions he challenged were things he advocated against that many in the country would have advocated for such as the assassination of Fidel Castro. He uncovered how the government had hired the mafia to do this and through his story the idea was caught and cancelled. In a time when almost %100 of the (mainstream) nation agreed to fight communism, he broke the story that Reagan's administration was selling arms illegally to Iran to fund anti-Communist forces in Central America. It seemed he would do anything to
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course MMC 3602 taught by Professor Suris during the Spring '10 term at FIU.

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