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Satirist Art Buchwald dies at 81

Columnist hit political targets, won Pulitzer Prize

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / January 19, 2007

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With his trademark wit , Art Buchwald used his newspaper column to skewer politicians in the nation's capital, and over the decades millions of Americans began their morning by reading his unfolding chronicle of history writ small and satirical. At the end of his life ill health gave him a new subject, his impending death, and he wrote a series ... (Full article: 1425 words)

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