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"How did Mike Wallace, Van Gordon Sauter, Howard Stringer, and other CBS top brass become involved in a documentary that was so compromised it was called a 'smear' in a cover story by TV GUIDE? FAIR PLAY is the inside account of the making of 'The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception,' a CBS REPORTS broadcast that caused a crisis at the network and launched a $120-million "How did Mike Wallace, Van Gordon Sauter, Howard Stringer, and other CBS top brass become involved in a documentary that was so compromised it was called a 'smear' in a cover story by TV GUIDE? FAIR PLAY is the inside account of the making of 'The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception,' a CBS REPORTS broadcast that caused a crisis at the network and launched a $120-million lawsuit by General William Westmoreland. The book is an absorbing story of the media at work, and it raises important and timely issues of truth, balance, and fairness in broadcast journalism."


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"How did Mike Wallace, Van Gordon Sauter, Howard Stringer, and other CBS top brass become involved in a documentary that was so compromised it was called a 'smear' in a cover story by TV GUIDE? FAIR PLAY is the inside account of the making of 'The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception,' a CBS REPORTS broadcast that caused a crisis at the network and launched a $120-million "How did Mike Wallace, Van Gordon Sauter, Howard Stringer, and other CBS top brass become involved in a documentary that was so compromised it was called a 'smear' in a cover story by TV GUIDE? FAIR PLAY is the inside account of the making of 'The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception,' a CBS REPORTS broadcast that caused a crisis at the network and launched a $120-million lawsuit by General William Westmoreland. The book is an absorbing story of the media at work, and it raises important and timely issues of truth, balance, and fairness in broadcast journalism."

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