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Joseph Pulitzer founded the Pulitzer Prizes and was one of the most talented publishers in American history. For the last twenty years of his life, he wanted to transform journalism into a profession much like medicine and law. In this book, first published by Columbia University in 1904, Pulitzer explained his vision for university-level schools of journalism. A classic in the history of journalism, it is an excellent and thought-stimulating resource for those wanting to understand just what it means to be a journalist.