Pulitzer Prize-Winning Editorials: America's Best Editorial Writing, 1917-1993 / Edition 2

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780813814919
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1994
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 292
  • Product dimensions: 5.87 (w) x 8.92 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
The Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing
Acknowledgments
The Lusitania Anniversary 1917 3
Vae Victis! and War Has Its Compensations 1918 8
Law and the Jungle 1920 16
The Unknown Soldier 1922 21
To an Anxious Friend 1923 24
Who Made Coolidge? 1924 26
The Plight of the South 1925 29
The House of a Hundred Sorrows 1926 31
We Submit 1927 33
Our Tom 1928 37
An Unspeakable Act of Savagery 1929 39
The Gentleman from Nebraska 1931 42
Too Much Government 1933 48
Where Is Our Money? 1934 51
Bankrupt 1936 56
Censorship, You - and Us 1936 59
The Opposition 1937 62
Tenancy Problem Is National 1938 68
My Country 'Tis of Thee . . . 1939 72
Europe's Emperor 1940 75
Toward Totalitarianism 1941 78
The Urgent Need of Unity 1942 81
Statesmanship in the Legion 1943 84
How Germany Fooled the World and That Valley Falls Latin Teacher 1944 87
Relations of Freedoms 1945 93
Go For Broke 1946 97
Apathetic and Pathetic 1947 100
We Will Not Be Intimidated 1948 104
Imagine, One Billion! 1949 108
Church Unity 1949 110
First Things First 1950 113
Government by Treaty: What We Can Do About It 1951 117
The Low Estate of Public Morals 1952 120
The Quality of Morality 1953 124
Still Wanted: A New Look - 1, 1954 127
An Instance of Costly Cause and Effect Which Detroiters Should Weigh Soberly 1955 130
If the Russians Want More Meat . . . 1956 136
What a Price for Peace 1957 138
Reflections in a Hurricane's Eye 1958 141
A Church, A School - 1959 144
The Year Virginia Closed the Schools 1960 147
The Pastoral Letter 1961 150
The John Birch Society: An Editorial 1962 152
Perfectly Capable of Closing Ole Miss 1963 155
Arrest of Bombing Victim Is Grave Disservice 1964 157
Memo to McKinney 1965 160
The Containment of Ideas 1966 162
Julian Bond Got Used, Too 1967 165
Our "Commitments" Open to Question 1968 168
An Appeal to Reason 1969 174
Lyndon Johnson's Presidency 1970 177
Do You, Governer Kirk? 1971 181
Whitewash 1972 183
Our $213 Million Gift Horse 1973 185
Mr. Cahill's Colleagues 1974 188
Where They Square Off and Washington, the Father or an Infamous Traitor? 1975 191
Justice Is Blind - and Gagged 1976 195
Conforte's Influence 1977 199
Conforte Influence in Washoe County Is Shocking 1977 202
Reno's Reputation 1977 205
A Good Decision on Libel 1978 208
Solzhenitsyn at Harvard 1979 211
Chappaquiddick and Credibility 1980 214
The Pornography of Fat 1982 217
Miami Herald, The Shame of Krome 1983 220
Moldy Department 1984 223
We Must Be Crazy 1985 226
Too Far Too Fast on Abortion 1986 229
Easter Sunrise on the Border Ends in Trauma 1987 232
An Orange Going Sour 1988 235
Election Board Caves In to a Swindle 1989 239
Bond Issue Is Essential to Protect Chester County's Future and Rampant Development May Doom Chester County's Farm Industry 1990 243
The Bubbling Caldron 1991 247
Nickels and Dimes 1991 250
Handcuffing Money 1991 253
A Victim No More 1992 256
Afterword 261
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