The Washington Post Pulitzers: Kathleen Parker, Commentary

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Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary.

Kathleen Parker, former staff writer for the Orlando Sentinel and author of SAVE THE MALES: WHY MEN MATTER, WHY WOMEN SHOULD CARE, informs and astounds readers with her Pulitzer Prize-winning columns for The Washington Post. No subject too charged or controversial; Parker tackles topics as incendiary as abortion, as charged as race, as current as President Obama, as deceptively whimsical as Twitter.

Shaped by wisdom, originality, and good, old-fashioned reporting, Kathleen Parker never fails to leave her readers entertained and enlightened.
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Diversion Books
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Aug 26, 2014
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38
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9781626813717
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English
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Political Science / Essays
Political Science / General
Reference / Research
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