G.I. Woe

G.I. WOE….Congrats to Washington Monthly editor Nick Confessore for winning the 2003 Livingston Award, the “largest all-media, general-reporting prizes in the country.” And there’s ten grand to go along with it!

The prize was awarded for “G.I. Woe,” a March 2003 piece about the overburdening of the U.S. military. You can read it here.

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