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Over the past four decades, Leonard Downie and Robert Kaiser rose to top editing positions at the Washington Post. In their new book, they examine the state of their chosen profession today and how journalism has changed over the course of their careers.
- Leonard Downie Vice president at large, and former executive editor of the Washington Post, co-author of a new report from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, "The Reconstruction of American Journalism"
- Robert Kaiser Author and was an editor of the Washington Post
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