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Jack Anderson began writing the column "Washington Merry-Go-Round" in 1969. In 1973 he won a Pulitzer Prize for exposing Richard Nixon's lies about the U.S. tilt in the India-Pakistan War. His column was syndicated in eight hundred newspapers nationwide. He had a national talk radio program, worked as the Washington bureau chief for Parade magazine, and was the founder of the Young Astronauts Program. He is the author of Stormin' Norman and Washington Exposé. He passed way in 2006.
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