Like a hammer on my head, this book. Glad I read it. Now I understand the unease I felt when I was written about, and the startled reactions of my subjects after they read what I wrote about them. Journalism is a double-edged sword, and the moral dilemma of the obligation to tell the truth versus the factuality of the truth as seen by the journalist and the means by which it was recorded (or not) and the ways it can be interpreted by the audience is a game you have to know how to dance. A misstep can be fatal.