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Pulitzer Prizes

Pulitzer Prizes

Monitor staffers have won many of journalism’s biggest awards, including seven Pulitzer Prizes, so far….

2002

Clay Bennett

Clay Bennett’s animated style of editorial cartooning features rounded figures and sharp commentary.

1996

David Rohde

While uncovering the biggest massacre in Europe since World War II, David Rohde was captured and held prisoner by Bosnian Serbs.

1978

Richard Strout

During 66 years of covering American politics, Richard Strout was widely considered one of the great journalists of the 20th century.

1969

Robert Cahn

A path-breaking series by Robert Cahn charted the future of America’s national parks and ways to help preserve them.

1968

Howard James

Howard James’s series called “Crisis in the Courts” examined the troubles in the federal court system.

1967

John Hughes

John Hughes covered the attempted communist coup in Indonesia in 1965 and the purges that followed.

1950

Edmund Stevens

Based in Moscow, Stevens wrote a series of 43 articles called “This is Russia Uncensored.”

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