The points critics don't want to make about public relations

There’s been an awful lot of mud thrown at people who do public relations lately, including critics raising scurrilous questions about the value of hiring ghostwriters to help scientists and other technical professionals prepare articles for mainstream publications. Deborah Radman, chairwoman of PRSA’s Counselors Academy, responded effectively to this criticism in today’s New York Times.

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