Exposes: Investigative Reporting For Clean Government
|Dimension||6 x 9 inches, 265 g|
Exposes lays bare some of the worst acts of government corruption in the past decade. Do you discern any repeats of those cases today?
Jarius Bondoc compiles his biggest exposes: the military comptroller who routinely raided the Armed Forces treasury; the airport construction from which three administrations extracted kickbacks; the national broadband network (NBN) and the Mt. Diwalwal gold mine illegally awarded to ZTE Corp. of China; Malacanang's surrender of sovereignity over the West Philippine sea and more.
Investigative journalism that influenced government directions, policies and legislations. Understand, from the reports and dates, why corruption tends to go unpunished and thus recurs.
Between the lines: a glimpse into the life and trials, the research and drafting that go into each report. A guide for investigative writers.
Exposes is the book that exposed hated to see print, but that the truth telling sources have hailed.
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