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Topic - Eugene Patterson
Eugene Patterson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning editor and columnist whose impassioned words helped draw national attention to the civil rights movement as it unfolded across the South, has died at 89.
"We were rather rare editors in the South at that time," Mr. Patterson said of himself and Constitution Publisher Ralph McGill.
Hank Klibanoff, director of the journalism program at Emory University and co-author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning book on press coverage of the civil rights movement, said MR. Patterson wrote with deep-seated conviction about the troubled era.