Nat Hentoff "Village Voice, " Editor & Publisher, United Media Newspaper Syndicate, "Legal Times" Not many journalists are truly investigative reporters -- spending weeks, months, even longer to get inside the whole story. No reporter is braver, more tenacious, and more effective than Dorothy Rabinowitz -- as her compelling book "No Crueler Tyrannies" vividly demonstrates. On each of these stories, she started alone, sometimes in personal danger, and eventually, most of the rest of the national press followed her lead.
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About the Author
Dorothy Rabinowitz, winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize in commentary, is a member of the editorial board and a culture critic for The Wall Street Journal. She writes opinion pieces and television criticism for the paper. Prior to joining the Journal, Ms. Rabinowitz was an independent writer. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including Commentary, Harper's Magazine, and New York. She is the author of New Lives, a study of survivors of the Nazi death camps, and has been a syndicated columnist and television commentator. She lives in New York City.