• “This is a remarkably complete and coherent account of the seminal role that investigative journalism has played in American History” – Daniel Schorr, longtime NPR commentator and CBS News reporter, three-time Emmy Award winner and Edward R. Murrow Award for Lifetime Achievement in Broadcasting winner
  • “Jon Marshall has written a very readable, deeply researched and wisely analyzed assessment of American investigative reporting before and after Watergate. Based on my decades of practicing, editing, writing about and now teaching accountability journalism, I believe this book should be the benchmark authority for all future examinations of the subject. I know I will be going back to it again and again.” – Leonard Downie Jr., vice president at large and former executive editor of The Washington Post and Weil Family Professor of Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University
  • “Jon Marshall captures the power of investigative reporting to keep our democracy strong, just and honest – and, in unflinching terms, the consequences when it’s done wrong or not at all. This is an inspired and inspiring survey of the craft’s past to present that gives me hope for its future.” – Deborah Nelson, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, past president of Investigative Reporters and Editors and author of The War Behind Me
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