Monthly Archives: May 2018

Richard Goodwin, speechwriter, author, dies at 86 – The Hollywood Reporter

Richard N. Goodwin, the author, playwright, political adviser and presidential speechwriter whose role in the Congressional Quiz investigation of the late 1950s inspired the Oscar-nominated film quiz show, died peacefully on May 20 after a brief battle with cancer at his home in Concord, Massachusetts. He was 86 years old. …

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Political Speechwriter Whose Early Life Became the Basis of a “Quiz Show” – Deadline

Richard “Dick” Naradof Goodwin, the author, playwright, former political adviser and White House speechwriter whose story of his investigation of the Twenty One Quiz Show scandal became the basis of Robert Redford’s 1994 film quiz show, died Sunday after a brief battle with cancer. He was 86 years old. For …

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White papers, working papers, research papers: what’s the difference?

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit E-mail There are three types of research papers that journalists most commonly rely on in their work: white papers, working papers, and peer-reviewed journal articles. How are they different? And which one is the best? Below we explain each one, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses. As …

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