Features of the Year

Astor, Dave
November 2003
Editor & Publisher;11/24/2003, Vol. 136 Issue 42, p8
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Describes the participation and role of several U.S. journalists, comic creators and editorial cartoonists in covering the U.S. war with Iraq in 2003. Death of Washington Post Writers Group columnist Michael Kelly; Collaboration between Richard Johnson and Jeff Seidel to do illustrated features of soldiers who returned to Michigan and on the families of soldiers in Iraq; Views on the wisdom of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.


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