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Unlike Mitford, Doughty did not approach the business as a professional muckraker.
Sinclair was a self-avowed socialist and a muckraker whose journalism was partly responsible for exposing Hearst’s brand of “yellow journalism” — a kind of “fake news” — and showing how it pushed the limits of the American ideal of the “free press.”
It was a relief not to be accepted only as Everett the Muckraker, as a professional reformer, as one holier than others.
ONCE UPON A TIMERICHARD HARDING DAVIS
For three years on that most sensational of the New York dailies he had been the star man, the chief muckraker, the chief sleuth.
ONCE UPON A TIMERICHARD HARDING DAVIS
She discoursed long and accurately on the personal New York affairs of the returned muckraker.
THE NATIVE SONINEZ HAYNES IRWIN
A loyal Adopted Son of California, a novelist and muckraker, returned a few years ago to the beloved land of his adoption.
THE NATIVE SONINEZ HAYNES IRWIN
What a drop for Joe, from what he had been, to this wretched violent little sheet, this muckraker of the ocean world.
THE HARBORERNEST POOLE
Muckraker: One who sits on the fence and defames American enterprise as it marches by.
And when the term "muckraker" came into use, I remember his deep satisfaction.
THE HARBORERNEST POOLE
You forget you are talking to the champion female muckraker of the country.
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