Dick Polman raises an interesting point: you can’t fack-check memories. As you can imagine, we do a lot of fact-checking at WHYY. But we’re not producing memoirs.
In today’s blog post on National Interest, Dick takes a harder look at memoirs, their level of accuracy and whether it matters to readers if these memories are true.
Feed the Feed: What’s your favorite memoir, and do you think it’s accurate?