Letters: Jan. 2, 1984

Fair Press?

To the Editors:

Over the years, I have come to think of the press as a puppeteer who wants to control every facet of our lives. Your article "Journalism Under Fire" [Dec. 12] confirms my opinion. Serve us. Do not rule us. Martha G. Huey

Atlanta

I have never seen any group so bitter and hostile as the television newscasters who were denied the right, which they consider constitutional and God-given, to cover the Grenada invasion. These are the same individuals who trampled the rights and privacy of others by engaging in the unbelievably tasteless pursuit of families awaiting news of loved...

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