Embedding reporters in military units reduced the “cynicism, general distrust, and enmity” that had marked relations between the Pentagon and the press for three decades. Hoover associate director Jeffrey C. Bliss on the first new approach to relations between the military and the media since Vietnam.SIDEBAR: Journalists and War
The nation’s leading proponents of education reform met recently at a Hoover Institution conference in Washington to address two critical questions: How bad are our schools—and how can we fix them? A report by Hoover media fellow Tom Bethell.
As President Clinton put it, the reform of 1996 marked “the end of welfare as we know it.” What has taken its place? Hoover public affairs fellow Jeffrey Jones on coming to grips with a new kind of welfare.