Re: Standards for Family History #general


The URL for the Op-Ed piece mentioned below can be found at:

Steve Snyder
Reston, VA

Herbert Gursky <> writes:

A recent article in the Washington Post (Outlook Section,
14 February 1999)relating to the writing of obituaries
reveals the journalist's perspective. E. R. Shipp, the
paper's Ombudsman, writes of the distinction between death
notices, which are classified ads, and obituaries, which
are news stories. In particular obituaries may contain
unflattering information such as unpleasant divorces,
criminal activities or other information that could be
embarassing to the family but essential to the journalist.

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