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Robert Siegel talks to Charles Lewis, a professor at the American University School of Communication, about an online multimedia project called "Investigating Power." The project records the work of former investigative reporters who are retired or now university professors throughout the nation. The goal is to make sure the techniques, sensibilities and editorial standards of the craft don't become hieroglyphics.
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