SOURCE: New York Times
James Ridgeway, Hard-Hitting Investigative Journalist, Dies at 84
The journalist James Ridgeway exposed malfeasance by corporate polluters and politicians, but dedicated his greatest energy to his last crusade, to end the practice of solitary confinement in prisons.
Review of Dan Moldea's "Confessions of a Guerilla Writer"
by Mel Ayton
America needs more investigative reporters like Dan Moldea.
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