Smithsonian: These Women Reporters Went Undercover To Get the Most Important Scoops Today

Writing Under Pseudonyms, the So-called Girl Stunt Reporters of the Late 19th Century Played a Major Role in Exposing the Nation’s Ills

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/women-reporters-undercover-most-important-scoops-day-180960775/

November 2016

By Kim Todd

These Women Reporters Went Undercover to Get the Most Important Scoops of Their Day | History | Smit

 

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