Hedrick Smith had one of the dream careers that the New York Times can offer its top-tier correspondents, including crisscrossing the South during the civil rights explosions of the early 1960s, a tour in Vietnam, reporting from Cairo and Moscow, and being the Washington bureau chief. In this video interview, courtesy of Stephen Hess, he tells of his decision to leave the Times. Stephen Hess's blog series highlights his interviews with numerous interviews with the prominent journalists featured in Whatever Happened to the Washington Reporters, 1978-2012. Read the related blog post and learn about Hess's book here: http://goo.gl/3EdG2
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