Journalist James B. Steele

James B. Steele

Living place: Kansas City

Birthday: 3-1-1943 (79 years old)

Population of US 1943: 136,739,353

Global rank: #81520


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Who is Journalist James B. Steele?
James B. Steele is an American investigative journalist and writer. A longtime collaborator of Donald L. Barlett, he has won two Pulitzer Prizes, two National Magazine Awards, and the George Polk Award of the Year during his 35 years at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Time, and Philadelphia magazines. Vanity Fair.
Some of the featured books and articles he has written:
  • The Life, Legend, and Madness of Howard Hughes
  • .Forevermore: Nuclear Waste in America
  • America: What Went Wrong?
  • America: Who Really Pays the Taxes
  • America: Who Stole the Dream?
  • How the Influential win Billions in Special Tax Breaks
  • The Tax Chairmen Fail to Respond to Queries
  • A Rich Texas Widow Could Save $4 Million
  • A Millionaire Businessman and his Island Tax Shelter
  • A Tax Favor for Backer of Conservative Causes
  • How Businesses Influence the Tax-Writing Process
  • .. ...

Young / Before famous

Steele grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. After that, he graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and began his career at the Kansas City Times, where he was protected as well as his interests in politics and life. In 1970, he joined the Philadelphia Inquirer there, where he began collaborating with his friend Barlett.
In 1972, in a collaboration for The Philadelphia Inquirer, both Steele and Barlett were pioneers. in using computers to analyze violent crime data twenty years later, they co-authored the popular book America: What went wrong for the Inquirer. The book held the New York Times #1 spot as the best-selling book and one of seven books Steele and Bartlett published. In 1989, he and Barlett won the Pulitzer Prize for their report on the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
Later, Barlett and Steele served as editors for Vanity Fair, and together Barlett and Steele produced a series PBS documentary on investigative reporting titled "Friend in high places".
After 27 years as an investigative reporter at The Inquirer, he joined Time in 1997. In 2006, he became a contributing editor of Vanity Fair.

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He had a daughter with his wife Nancy.

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When was Journalist James B. Steele born?
James B. Steele birthday 3-1-1943 (at the age of 79).
Where is Journalist James B. Steele's birth place, what is Zodiac/Chinese Zodiac?
James B. Steele was born in Hutchinson, Kansas- United States. Mr working and living in Kansas City, Kansas- United States. Mr, whose Zodiac is Capricorn, and who Chinese Zodiac is The Horse. James B. Steele's global rank is 81520 and whose rank is 487 in list of famous Journalist. Population of US in 1943 is about 136,739,353 persons.
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Events in 1943 and 3-1

Events in US in the birth year of James B. Steele

  • President freezes prices, salaries, and wages to prevent inflation .
  • Withholding tax on wages introduced. Background: History of the Income Tax in the United States
  • The Pentagon is completed and becomes the largest office building in the world.
  • The Chinese Exclusion Acts of 1882 and 1902 are repealed permitting immigration and naturalization of Chinese.

Birthday James B. Steele (3-1) in history

  • Day 3-1 year 1521: German theologian Martin Luther was excommunicated by Pope Leo X and expelled from the Catholic Church.
  • Day 3-1 year 1777: General George Washington defeated Cornwallis's forces at the Battle of Princeton.
  • Day 3-1 year 1833: Britain seized control of the Falkland Islands.
  • Day 3-1 year 1870: Construction of the Brooklyn Bridge began.
  • Day 3-1 year 1920: The New York Yankees acquired Babe Ruth and so began the "curse of the Bambino" that haunted the Boston Red Sox until 2004.
  • Day 3-1 year 1947: Congressional proceedings were televised for the first time.
  • Day 3-1 year 1958: Sir Edmund Hillary reached the South Pole overland.
  • Day 3-1 year 1959: Alaska became the 49th state in the United States.
  • Day 3-1 year 1962: Pope John XXIII excommunicated Fidel Castro.
  • Day 3-1 year 1967: Jack Ruby, the man who shot John Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, died.
  • Day 3-1 year 1987: Aretha Franklin became the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
  • Day 3-1 year 1990: Manuel Noriega surrendered to U.S. forces.
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