Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Barlett and Steele

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Jim Steele and Don Barlett
Jim Steele and Don Barlett

 

About This Project
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele are back with a new book, The Betrayal of the American Dream. Untold numbers of Americans have been relegated to the economic scrap heap since their landmark Inquirer series and book America: What Went Wrong?  was published in  1991. In the first of four excerpts, they explore the impact of policies that are crippling the middle class.
The excerpts are published in a collaboration with the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University which collaborated with Barlett and Steele on the research and reporting for the book which will be published this week by Public Affairs. Portions of the book were co-published last year by The Inquirer and The Workshop.
       Read the 1991 Inquirer series and link to features and a video with Barlett and Steele at www.philly.com/whatwentwrong
 For more on the project, visit http://americawhatwentwrong.org/ and http://investigativereportingworkshop.org/
Twitter: Follow the project at @AmericaWWW.
Bio Box on authors
Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele are contributing editors at Vanity Fair. They have worked together for four decades, first at The Inquirer (1971-1997), where they won two Pulitzer Prizes and scores of other national journalism awards, then at Time magazine (1997-2006), where they earned two National Magazine Awards, and since 2006 at Vanity Fair. They have also written seven books, including the New York Times No. 1 best-seller "America: What Went Wrong?" - an expanded version of the 1991 Inquirer series. Both live in Philadelphia. E-mail the writers at info@barlettandsteele.com.
 

 

Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele are contributing editors at Vanity Fair. They have worked together for four decades, first at The Inquirer (1971-1997), where they won two Pulitzer Prizes and scores of other national journalism awards, then at Time magazine (1997-2006), where they earned two National Magazine Awards, and since 2006 at Vanity Fair.

They have also written seven books, including the New York Times No. 1 best-seller "America: What Went Wrong?" - an expanded version of the 1991 Inquirer series. Both live in Philadelphia.

E-mail the writers at info@barlettandsteele.com.

About This Project
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele are back with a new book, The Betrayal of the American Dream.

Untold numbers of Americans have been relegated to the economic scrap heap since their landmark Inquirer series and book America: What Went Wrong?  was published in  1991.

In the first of four excerpts, they explore the impact of policies that are crippling the middle class.


The excerpts are published in a collaboration with the Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University which collaborated with Barlett and Steele on the research and reporting for the book which will be published this week by Public Affairs.

Portions of the book were co-published last year by The Inquirer and The Workshop.

 

Read the 1991 Inquirer series and link to features and a video with Barlett and Steele at www.philly.com/whatwentwrong


For more on the project, visit:

http://americawhatwentwrong.org/

http://investigativereportingworkshop.org/

Twitter: Follow the project at @AmericaWWW.






 

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