by Daniel Alef (Goodreads Author)
Pulitzer, best known for the Holy Grail of journalism, the Pulitzer Prize, was a living contradiction: a foreign-born xenophobe, a super-rich muckraker, an advocate of ethics and truth who engaged in yellow journalism and a champion of the poor who called Huckleberry Finn "a vulgar country boy." But Pulitzer was the brilliant journalist who -- more than anyone else -- was...more
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Published December 16th 2008 by Titans of Fortune Publishing
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