It was that—plus. It is, or should be, as reliable as the most reliable reportage although it seeks a larger truth than is possible through the mere compilation of verifiable facts, the use of direct quotations, and adherence to the rigid organizational style of the older form. In his introduction,  Wolfe wrote that he encountered trouble fashioning an Esquire article out of material on a custom car extravaganza in Los Angeles, in May 15, - 8: Although James E. Get smarter faster from the comfort of your inbox.
Billions of years of cosmic fireworks.
In another article under the same title, Ridgeway called the counterculture magazines such as The New Republic and Ramparts and the American underground press New Journalism. Foos was a doppelganger who led Talese astray, since Foos himself had the worst tendencies of New Journalism. Other Voices:
Newsweek reported that critics felt Sheehy's energies were better suited to fiction than fact.