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1986 Pulitzer Prize

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1986 Pulitzer Prize

The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1986.

Contents

  • Journalism 1
  • Letters and Drama 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Journalism

  • The Dallas Morning News
    • "For their investigation into subsidized housing in East Texas, which uncovered patterns of racial discrimination and segregation in public housing across the United States and led to significant reforms."
  • National reporting: Arthur Howe of The Philadelphia Inquirer
    • "For his enterprising and indefatigable reporting on massive deficiencies in IRS processing of tax returns-reporting that eventually inspired major changes in IRS procedures and prompted the agency to make a public apology to U.S. taxpayers."
  • International reporting: Lewis M. Simons, Pete Carey and Katherine Ellison of the San Jose Mercury News
    • "For their June 1985 series that documented massive transfers of wealth abroad by President Marcos and his associates and had a direct impact on subsequent political developments in the Philippines and the United States."

Letters and Drama

  • History: ...the Heavens and the Earth: A Political History of the Space Age by Walter A. McDougall (Basic Books)
  • George Perle (Galaxy Music)
    Premiered on October 2, 1985

References

External links

  • Official website
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