adj.— «While Suskind found his lesson disturbing, other writers are only too willing to embrace “history’s actors.” In return they gain access denied to the mainstream press. This gives rise to what we can call “neoconzo” journalism.» —“Words of war: Iraq and the rise of “Neoconzo” Journalism” by Stephen Smith Electronic Iraq Mar. 28, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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