Pete Hamill

American journalist

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Pete Hamill: American journalist
William Peter Hamill Jr. was an American journalist, novelist, essayist and editor. During his career as a New York City journalist, he was described as "the author of columns that sought to capture the particular flavors of New York City's politics and sports and the particular pathos of its crime." Hamill was a columnist and editor for the New York Post and The New York Daily News.


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Passage: In memoriam

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60 Minutes Archive: Pete Hamill on New York City, in 1997

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Pete Hamill's letter to RFK

In the early days of 1968 Robert F. Kennedy announced he would not run for the Democratic nomination for president, inspiring writer Pete Hamill to pen a letter pleading with the New York Senator to..
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Stop the presses! The heralded lives of newspapermen

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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 10/6

This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features Tony Dokoupil's cover story on the lives of two heralded newspapermen, Pete Hamill and Jimmy Breslin. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with..
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Pete Hamill on Jimmy Breslin and the heralded world of beat reporters

The HBO documentary "Deadline Artists" explores an era when newspapers were still king, and when two stars brought New York City to life through shoe-leather reporting and tabloid poetry
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