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INTRODUCTION Asking Basic Questions

One problem faced by apologists for bigger and better public relations is that the reputation of public relations seems to be getting worse rather than better. In recent years, public relations practitioners have been regularly labeled "high-paid errand boys and buffers for management," "tools of the top brass," "hucksters," "parrots," "impotent, evasive, egomaniacal and lying."2