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“The envelope please. . . . This year’s Pushitzer Prize in Commentary is awarded to . . . WikiLeaks. For releasing some of the raw material that is shaping the public conversation. . . . The award recognizes that WikiLeaks’ motives are not unalloyed and not without an agenda. This year’s award does not canonize the recipient yet does acknowledge the importance of disclosing information in an age where the government/corporations know almost everything about the people and the people know very little about the government/corporations.”
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[Please send nominations for the Pushitzer Prize in Commentary for 2018 and a supporting letter by January 26, 2018 to email@example.com and send the entry fee to your favorite charity.]
[See the e-commentary at “First Annual Pushitzer Prize In Commentary For 2016 (April 18, 2016)”.]
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