L. Brent Bozell: A Valentine of Investigative Journalism

August 2016
Investors Business Daily;8/17/2016, p19
The article discusses the "Washington Post" newspaper's investigation of the activities and behavior of U.S. presidential candidates during their student/youth days. Topics discussed include the claims that the then-17 year-old Mitt Romney gave a classmate at Cranbrook School an involuntary haircut, Hillary Clinton's speech during the 1969 commencement ceremony at Wellesley College wherein she allegedly insulted senator Edward Brooke, and Clinton's student activism.


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