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Best Newspaper Writing 1980 by Roy Peter Clark1980
Best Newspaper Writing 1982: Winners of the American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition by Roy Peter Clark1982
Best Newspaper Writing 1983 by Roy Peter Clark1983
Best Newspaper Writing 1984 by Roy Peter Clark1984
Best Newspaper Writing 1985 by Roy Peter Clark1985
Best Newspaper Writing 1986 by Don Fry1986
Best Newspaper Writing, 1987 (Best Newspaper Writing) by Don Fry1987
Best Newspaper Writing 1988 by Roy Peter Clark1988
Best Newspaper Writing, 1989 (Best Newspaper Writing) by Don Fry1989
Best Newspaper Writing, 1990 (Best Newspaper Writing) by Don Fry1990
Best Newspaper Writing, 1991 by Karen F. Brown1991
1992 Best Newspaper Writing by Karen F. Brown1992
Best Newspaper Writing 1993 by Don Fry1993
Best Newspaper Writing 1994: Winners : American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition by Christopher Scanlan1994
1995 Best Newspaper Writing: Winners : The American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition by Christopher Scanlan1995
1996 Best Newspaper Writing: Winners : The American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition (Serial) by Christopher Scanlan1996
Best Newspaper Writing, 1997 (Best Newspaper Writing) by Christopher Scanlan1997
1998 Best Newspaper Writing: Winners : The American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition (Best Newspaper Writing) by Christopher Scanlan1998
1999 Best Newspaper Writing: Winners : The American Society of Newspaper Editors Competition (Best Newspaper Writing) by Christopher Scanlan1999
Best Newspaper Writing 2000 by Christopher Scanlan2000
Best Newspaper Writing 2001: The Nation's Best Journalism by Keith Woods2001
Best Newspaper Writing 2002 by Keith Woods2002
The Best Newspaper Writing 2003 by Keith Woods2003
Best Newspaper Writing 2004 by Keith Woods2004
The Best Newspaper Writing 2005 by Aly Colon2005

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