Tell me no lies offers up a selection of the best investigative journalism since the second world war and starts off with a moving depiction of life in dachau and finishes up with the scandalous second war in iraq each articles or essay is introduced by pilger and gives us a deeper insight into the conditions the article was written under and the impact it had this looks at things as . Tell me no lies investigative journalism that changed the world item preview remove circle share or embed this item embed embed for tell me no lies investigative journalism that changed the world publication date 2005 topics journalisme denquete investigative reporting presse objectivite enthullungsjournalismus onthullingsjournalistiek geschichte publisher new york . Tell me no lies investigative journalism and its triumphs edited by john pilger published by vintage 2005 this book is an excellent collection of articles by some of the well acclaimed journalists disobedience in the eyes of anyone who has read history is mans original virtue pilger quotes oscar wilde in the beginning of introduction of his book. Tell me no lies is subtitled investigative journalism and its triumphs a more accurate although less sellable subtitle would be stuff investigative journalism has uncovered as the book is not about journalism or how it is carried out but instead provides 27 examples of journalisms output in the form of book excerpts and articles plus very brief introductions by the compiler john pilger. The take away for me apart from once again confirming the value of individual integrity in the face of institutional pathology see pathology of power is to also confirm what robert young pelton taught me and 7500 other mid career officers which is that government reporting from a standard embassy is second to third hand at best and there is no substitute for eyes on ground truth
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