PART A: REPORTAGE JOURNALISM
The tuition of Journalism at Columbia collage has presented the Pulitzer Prize considering that 1917. these days there are prizes in 21 different types from the fields of journalism, literature and track. The Pulitzer Prize Archive provides the heritage of this award from its beginnings to the current: In components A to E the awarding of the prize in each one type is documented, commented and organized chronologically. half F covers the background of the prize biographically and bibliographically. half G offers the history to the selections.
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I. O. , made it undeniable on the conference of his association that he used to be against a "shotgun" peace. That statement, despite the fact that, didn't exclude the opportunity of an process towards resumption of peace negotiations it slow for that reason, yet purely after the floor has been labored over prematurely. It was once in simple terms in influence a caution that the govt. aren't precipitate rush preparations for resumption of the peace parleys which broke off in April, 1939, until eventually considerable arrangements have been made. The C. I. O. 's view is that it'll no longer be able to resume those talks till it has made additional growth in organizing the airplane and different safety industries. while that point should be ripe is anybody's bet. NEGOTIATIONS SET FOR APRIL 1 even if, the United Mine employees of the United States is scheduled to start negotiations with the bituminous coal operators in March for renewal of the contract which expires on April 1. If the exertions cohesion meetings will not be resumed by way of February the arriving coal parleys will avoid such talks till after April. in the interim of writing with the coal at the upswing it's not expected that the arrival agreement negotiations will bring about a chronic stoppage if one is ordered in any respect. ihe agreement might be renewed with out difficulty and with a few salary time table revisions. prepared hard work within the construction trades might be busy the entire yr, in line with current symptoms. those expert males, spine of the A. F. of L. , locate one of many few flys of their ointment simply now the anti-trust legislations prosecutions of Assistant Attorney-General Thurman Arnold. they don't think kindly towards Mr. Arnold whom they regard as a pace-setter within the attempt to lock govt regulate at the loose collective bargaining procedures of work. nine FROM NOWHERE (NATIONWIDE) IN 1942 through not anyone No Newspaper even though the record newshounds to of or information organisation the nationwide Reporting jury indexed 3 obtain the prize for paintings performed in 1942, the advert- visory Board determined to offer no award. 10 COMFIDSNTIAL TELEGRAPHIC REPORTING FRIZE Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, Columbia collage. My expensive Mr. President: we've got the distinction to undergo the Advisory Board our suggestion of Mr. Ivan H. Peterman, employees reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and of Mr. Walter Llpprpp-, distinct author for the hot York usher in Tribune, for the Pulitzer Prize for a "distinguished instance of telegraphic reporting of nationwide affairs. " merely six nominations have been made during this type. The paintings of Mr. puppy err.? η and Mr. Lippmann appear to your ccamlttee extraordinary. The express of Mr. Peterxan's reporting comprises thirty-one interpretative information tales telegraphed from twenty-two locations in 13 states lower than the overall identify* "This is the United States, 1942," reporting the final photograph of the yank struggle attempt in the state - struggle undefined, military education, and the remainder of the folk girding themselves and knuckling all the way down to the task of profitable the warfare. His dispatches convey cautious making plans, completeness, vibrant anecdotal writing, extensive intelligibility, and reader curiosity.