Marquis W. Childs

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Hall of Fame
1949

MA (1925), Honorary Doctorate of Literature (1969); won first-ever Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary (1970); wrote and edited many books, including The Peacemakers, Taint of Innocence, and Witness to Power; consulted for President Franklin D. Roosevelt; presided over the Overseas Writers and Gridiron Club. (Deceased)