Searching for Bang-Bang

March 1982
Time;3/8/1982, Vol. 119 Issue 10, p109
The article reports on the competition among American journalist to produce big stories in El Salvador. It mentions that competition among journalists heats up in pursuit for bang-bang or biggest stories in El Salvador because the army and the guerrillas are not always cooperative. It notes that there are many news media patrols in highways during the daylight hours that the government forces and guerillas and those journalists who were lucky to get a coverage are envied by others.


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