John D. Maurice

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John D. Maurice is an American journalist. He won the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing[1] for his editorials about the Kanawha County schoolbook controversy.[2]

Maurice worked as a reporter in Huntington, West Virginia, prior to joining the Daily Mail of Charleston, West Virginia, in 1938.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b AP (1975-05-07). "Pulitzer Winners' Background Listed". Lakeland Ledger.
  2. ^ Fischer, Heinz-Dietrich (August 9, 1990). "The Pulitzer Prize archive : a history and anthology of award-winning materials in journalism, letters, and arts. 4 : Pt. B, Opinion journalism. Political editorial 1916 - 1988 : from war-related conflicts to metropolitan disputes". Walter de Gruyter – via Google Books.