Jill Abramson’s book on ‘the fight for facts’ in the news business hit with accusations of plagiarism

Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson would like to move some copies of her new book, “Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts.” However, she raised quite a few red flags with her admission that she never records interviews because she’s “a very fast note-taker” with “an almost photographic memory.”

Now that the book is out, Michael C. Moynihan, a correspondent for HBO’s Vice News Tonight, is claiming not only that the book is full of errors but that it also plagiarizes several sources.

So … Abramson’s book about the business of news and the fight for facts is allegedly riddled with errors and passages lifted from other sources.


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