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...f the war seeing it first hand. However even with his gained authority as a writer and his appeal to his audiences it must be considered the cost at which his different style of journalism was compromised in the process. Although we imagine reporters saying what they want and feel most important to share, it must be considered that beyond the censoring they face, they need to keep their job. If they write with a voice their audience doesn’t like, an honesty that people find offensive or to overwhelming to name only a few concerns if their audience doesn’t read their articles, they lose their job. Also because Pyle wrote from within the army he had to keep them pleased with him and comfortable sharing their stories. In a few cases the ____ even invited him along secret events because they trusted him to report about the event in a way that suits both him and theirs.
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