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December 8th, 2013
12:37 PM ET

Mandela and the media

Bill Keller of the New York Times sits down with Brian Stelter to reflect on his experience covering the life of Nelson Mandela.


Filed under: Media • Media Criticism • Nelson Mandela • New York Times • South Africa
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