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A Journalist’s “Unique Corner” on Vermont History
Goodrich Memorial Library
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Moats has covered Vermont news for more than 45 years. In this talk, he shares up-close experiences and broad observations of the historical trends that have shaped the state for the past half-century.
About David Moats
David Moats is a longtime Vermont journalist who served as editor of the Rutland Herald for 35 years. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for a series of editorials about Vermont’s struggle over civil unions for same-sex couples, which culminated in the book Civil Wars: A Battle for Gay Marriage.
Underwriter: Chris Hadsel and Bill Mares
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