1932 Pulitzer Prize

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The Pulitzer Board considers revoking the 1932 prize awarded to a New York Times journalist because of complaints he deliberately failed to report on the famine in the Ukraine.


Tom Rosenstiel
*Director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism



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