Did the Press Service Spitzer?
That's what Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberly A. Strassel would have you believe.
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To make the case that the press serviced Spitzer, Strassel needs to do more than shake her bloody burlap bag as evidence.
Sometimes Spitzer followed the press. The Time piece Strassel complains about reports that a 2001 Spitzer investigation of Merrill Lynch began with an article in the Wall Street Journal. Send egregious examples of Spitzer bias to email@example.com. (E-mail may be quoted by name in "The Fray," Slate's readers' forum, in a future article, or elsewhere unless the writer stipulates otherwise. Permanent disclosure: Slate is owned by the Washington Post Co.)
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