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Journalism's Loss of a Prolific Muckraker: Jack Newfield

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Journalism's Loss of a Prolific Muckraker: Jack Newfield

Journalism's Loss of a Prolific Muckraker: Jack Newfield

Journalism's Loss of a Prolific Muckraker: Jack Newfield

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Jack Newfield, who died Monday of kidney cancer at the age of 66, was an award-winning investigative journalist and author, writing for such papers as the New York Daily News, New York Post and Village Voice. Most recently he wrote a column for the New York Sun. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Wayne Barrett of the Village Voice.