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"What they did was lie, both of them. I'm sorry, but I really think that is a problem. Journalists are expected not to lie."

--Kevin Smith, chair of the ethics committee for the Society of Professional Journalists, on Newsweek's Joe Klein and Maynard Parker. After months of denial, Klein recently disclosed that he is the author of the political novel "Primary Colors"; Parker, the Newsweek editor who knew all along that Klein wrote the book, allowed his magazine to publish false speculation on who the author was.

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