Norman Charles Miller

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Norman Charles Miller (born October 2, 1934) is an American journalist who worked for the Wall Street Journal.[1]


Miller was born in Pittsburgh and attended Pennsylvania State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in 1956. Miller won a Pulitzer Prize for Journalism in 1964 for his coverage of the scandal the unfolded around Tino De Angelis. Miller's reporting became the basis for his book, The Great Salad Oil Swindle published in 1965.

He was chief of the Journal's Washington bureau.[2]


  1. ^ Fischer, Heinz Dietrich; Fischer, Erika J. (2002). Complete Biographical Encyclopedia of Pulitzer Prize Winners, 1917-2000. Walter de Gruyter. p. 166. ISBN 9783598301865. 
  2. ^ Famous Penn Staters>Living, PSU webpage. Retrieved 2011-11-23.
  • Miller, Norman C. 1934-. Contemporary Authors. 37-40, First Revision, 391. 1979.
  • The Great Salad Oil Swindle (Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, 1965). by Norman C. Miller