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Additional info for National Reporting 1941-1986: From Labor Conflicts to the Challenger Disaster (Pulitzer Prize Archive, Volume 2)
The Washington correspondent of the Chattanooga Times was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Na- tional Reporting "for his original disclosures that led to the resignation of Harold E. Talbott as Secretary of the Air Force" 80 in 1955. There were no disagreements between the jury (Walter Lister and Lee Hills) and the Advisory Board in 1957. The prize was given unanimously to James Reston of the New York Times for James B. Reston, born 1909 79 Norman E. Isaacs/B. O. McAnney, Report of the National Reporting Jury, March 13, 1956, p.
P. 25; cf. ), The Pulitzer Prize Story, op. , p. 233. 83 Cf. Heinz-Dietrich Fischer/Erika J. ), The Pulitzer Prize Archive. Vol. 1: International Reporting, 1928-1985, op. , pp. 127 ff. 84 Richard Clarke/Felix R. McKnight, Report of the National Reporting Jury, undated (March, 1958), p. 1. ), op. , p. 25. 86 John Hohenberg, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 241. ), op. , p. 25. 88 Cf. Richard Clarke/Felix R. McKnight, op. , p. 1. 89 John Hohenberg, The Pulitzer Prizes, op. , p. 244. XXXV Harvey Patton, Detroit News; Kingsbury Smith, New York JournalAmerican) nominated Joseph R.
In connection with his nomination for the United States Supreme Court" in 1969. 1 2 4 There were already certain complications when the five-member jury (Richard R. ; Arden X. Pangborn, Oregon Journal; Charles C. Reynolds, Atlantic City Press; William P. Hobby, Houston Post) tried to find a candidate in 1971. All three entries suggested to the Advisory Board were "selected by 118 Clayte Binion/Don Carter/Bower Hawthorne/William K. Hosokawa/Larry Jinks, Report of the National Reporting Jury, March 7, 1969, p.
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