Slate's take on Plamegate.
Slate's take on Plamegate.
Analysis of breaking news events.
Oct. 27 2005 5:43 PM


Slate's take on the fiasco.

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"Novak Agonistes: When two Washington dramas intertwine, the result is comedy," by Michael Kinsley. Posted Jan. 2, 2004.

"Whopper: Joseph Wilson: Say goodbye to Plamegate," by Timothy Noah. Posted Dec. 3, 2003.


"How Deep Is CIA Cover?" by Ed Finn. Posted Sept. 30, 2003.

"Stop the Investigation!: Exactly what law did Robert Novak's leakers break?" by Jack Shafer. Posted Oct. 3, 2003.

"Robert Novak: The hollow center of the Plame Affair," by Chris Suellentrop. Posted Oct. 2, 2003.

"Streaming Media: Making sense of the leaks and counter-leaks in Plamegate," by Jack Shafer. Posted Oct. 2, 2003.

"The Access Trap: How anonymous sources tie reporters in knots," by Jack Shafer. Posted Sept. 30, 2003.

"The Plame Game: Will the leak of a CIA agent's name be the next big political scandal?" by Jack Shafer. Posted Sept. 29, 2003.

"Did Rove Blow a Spook's Cover? The White House won't say," by Timothy Noah. Posted Sept. 16, 2003.

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