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  • The Pulitzer Prize for Commentary is one of the fourteen American Pulitzer Prizes that are annually awarded for Journalism. It has been presented since 1970. Finalists have been announced from 1980, ordinarily two others beside the winner.

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Year Award winner Winning work Ceremony Achievement level Notes/Description
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  • For his eloquent columns on the 2008 presidential campaign that focus on the election of the first African-American president, showcasing graceful writing and grasp of the larger historic picture.
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  • For his insightful columns that explore the nation's complex economic ills with masterful clarity.
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  • For her courageous, clear-headed columns that evince a strong sense of morality and persuasive knowledge of the community.
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  • For his graphic, deeply reported columns that, at personal risk, focused attention on genocide in Darfur and that gave voice to the voiceless in other parts of the world.
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  • For her pungent columns that provided a voice for the underdog and underprivileged.
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  • For his fresh, vibrant columns that spoke, with both passion and compassion, to ordinary people on often divisive issues.
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  • For his against-the-grain columns that speak to people in power with ferocity and wisdom.
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  • For his clarity of vision, based on extensive reporting, in commenting on the worldwide impact of the terrorist threat.
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  • For her articles on American society and culture.
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  • For his informative and insightful columns on politics and government.
Year Award Nominee Nominated work Notes/Description Ceremony
  • For his incisive columns on American foreign policy and domestic politics, often enlivened by a contrarian twist.
  • For her colorful, well reported columns on an array of issues, from women in combat to oil drilling in Alaska.
  • For his hard hitting columns on Hurricane Sandy, the death of a gay college student and other local events and issues.
  • For her wide range of down-to-earth columns that reflect the character and capture the culture of her famed city.
  • For his valorous columns that transport readers into dangerous international scenes, from Egypt to Kenya to Cambodia, often focusing on the disenfranchised and always providing insight.
  • For his engaging commentary on death and dying, marked by pieces on his own father’s rapid physical and mental decline, that stir readers to address end-of-life questions.
  • For his graceful penetration of America’s complicated economic questions, from the federal budget deficit to health care reform.
  • For his blend of local storytelling and unpredictable opinions, enlarging the discussion of controversial issues that stir a big city.
  • For her versatile columns exploring life and the concerns of a metropolis with whimsy and poignancy.
  • For her perceptive, often witty columns on an array of political and moral issues, gracefully sharing the experiences and values that lead her to unpredictable conclusions.
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