1932 Pulitzer Prize
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The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1932 .
- Public Service:
- Indianapolis News for its successful campaign to eliminate waste in city management and to reduce the tax levy.
- Walter Duranty of The New York Times for his series of dispatches on Russia specifically the working out of the Five Year Plan. This award has been controversial because of claims that Duranty lied about the famine in Ukraine. At this time the readers of the NYT are gathering signatures to revoke the prize from Duranty because of this lie. See Journalism Scandals - Walter Duranty
- Editorial Writing:
- No award given
- Editorial Cartooning:
Letters and Drama Awards
- Biography or Autobiography: