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Mark Feldstein, who teaches media and public affairs at George Washington University, was an investigative correspondent for CNN, ABC, and other news outlets for two decades, earning dozens of journalism awards, including an Edward R. Murrow Broadcasting Award, an Alfred I. Dupont–Columbia University Award, and two George Foster Peabody Awards. He received a bachelor’s degree from Harvard and a doctorate from the University of North Carolina. He is the author of Poisoning the Press.

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  • The Situation Room: Paper Chase

    CNN anchorman Wolf Blitzer and correspondent John Roberts report on the FBI's attempt to seize the archives of the late investigative columnist Jack Anderson and Professor Mark Feldstein (April 19, 2006)

  • Anderson's family refuses to turn over private papers to FBI.

    CBS News correspondent Bob Orr reports on the FBI's attempt to seize the archives of the late investigative columnist Jack Anderson from George Washington University and Professor Mark Feldstein (April 19, 2006)

  • FBI demands Anderson papers from Mark Feldstein

    MSNBC host Joe Scarborough interviews George Washington University Prof. Mark Feldstein about the FBI's attempt to seize the archives of the late columnist Jack Anderson (April 2006).

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Poisoning the Press

Mark Feldstein

It is March 1972, and the Nixon White House wants Jack Anderson dead. The syndicated columnist Jack Anderson, the most famous and feared investigative reporter in...

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