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> Best American Journalism of the 20st Century


Best American Journalism of the 20st Century

Chosen by a panel of experts gathered by New York University's journalism department, these 100 works were considered to be the best of the 20th century. First places goes to John Hersey, who wrote "Hiroshima" for The New Yorker in 1946, followed by Rachel Carson for her book Silent Spring in 1962, and Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's "Investigation of the Watergate Break-in" for The Washington Post in 1972. Make sure to check out the rest of the talented winners.

 
 

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