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Pulitzer Prize Editorials. America's Best Writing, 1917 - 2003. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 2223734
  • Book
  • January 2003
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Since Joseph Pulitzer first established a prize for the best editorial in1917, the award’s prestige has grown steadily. Today the Pulitzer is acknowledged as the most distinguished prize in journalism. All 87 years of these prize-winning pieces are collected in the updated third edition of Pulitzer Prize Editorials: America’s Best Writing, 1917-2003.

This book is an impressive anthology that illustrates the evolution of editorial writing over the decades. Each entry contains the entire, unabridged text of the prize-winning editorial from that year, and is preceded by a succinct introduction from the editors. From students learning the craft to accomplished opinion writers, Pulitzer Prize Editorials makes it possible for all students of editorial writing to learn from the bestrs.

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Contents new to this edition include:.

- 1994 R. Bruce Dold, Chicago Tribune
- 1995 Jeffrey Good, St. Petersburg Times (FL)
- 1996 Robert B. Semple, Jr., New York Times
- 1997 Michael Gartner, Daily Tribune (Ames, IA)
- 1998 Bernard L. Stein, Riverdale Press (NY)
- 1999 Editorial Board, New York Daily News
- 2000 John C. Bersia, Orlando Sentinel
- 2001 David Moats, Rutland Herald (VT)
- 2002 Alex Raksin and Bob Sipchen, Los Angeles Times
- 2003 Cornelia Grumman, Chicago Tribune
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Wm. David Sloan University of Alabama.

Laird B. Anderson American University, Washington.
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