Another Rave for Goodale’s ‘Fighting for the Press’

The Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, in a new review by Roy Gutterman of Syracuse University. lauds James Goodale and Fighting for the Press for taking readers behind the scenes at the New York Times and describes how the book — and James Goodale — became a significant part of the national conversation amid the furor over Edward Snowden’s leaks and NSA spying on citizens and journalists. The review says in party: “The onslaught of government prosecutions of leakers, the continued controversy of Wikileaks, and the explosion of the National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance scandal and the Edward Snowden saga propelled Goodale’s memoir, Fighting for the Press, to not only instantly relevant but also prescient.”