PULITZER PRIES: His Family by Ernest Poole (1918)

“He was thinking of the town he had known.” As many know, the Pulitzer Prize began as a journalism prize, named for the media stalwart Joseph Pulitzer. Pulitzer, a Hungarian immigrant to the United States, was known for investigative reporting, a political career, and eventually for sensationalist media known as ‘yellow journalism’. He left endowmentsContinue reading “PULITZER PRIES: His Family by Ernest Poole (1918)”