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French Journalists Say Harassment Part of the Job

Monday, June 8, 2015

Given the likelihood of being harassed by any particular male source, one journalist says she cultivates many political contacts. "If you get upset with one of your sources, you can go to the others," she told Women's eNews. "You need to have a big Rolodex."

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