Vanity Fair

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Founded1983-02
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Vanity Fair referred to Dylan Avery's Loose Change as "the first Internet blockbuster".

Notable Exposes

In 2005, Vanity Fair published an expose about Dennis Hastert which gave a wider audience to the claims of Sibel Edmonds, cross checked with other whistleblowers.

An article in the May 2005 edition revealed the identity of 'Deep Throat' as W. Mark Felt.

Vanity Fair's idea of holding the powerful to account


 

A document sourced from Vanity Fair

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)
Document:An Inconvenient PatriotarticleSibel Edmonds
Dennis Hastert
American-Turkish Council
Assembly of Turkish American Associations
15 August 2005David Rose
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