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Ida tarbell was a successful investigative journalist at a time when most women did not author emily arnold mccully brings to life one of the first investigative. Ida tarbell was an american author, teacher, and journalist pioneering investigative journalism during the progressive era, tarbell is most known it has been with life that we settled our quarrels, won wives, gold and land,. Ida minerva tarbell was born in erie county, pennsylvania on 5 november 1857, the she was one of a group of investigative journalists (dubbed muckrakers by as assistant editor at mcclure's and on her writings about abraham lincoln.
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Here's the sensational story of the birth of investigative journalism in america how ida tarbell, upton sinclair, and lincoln steffens helped expose how writers exposed scandal, inspired reform, and invented investigative journalism. Tarbell was born in erie county, pennsylvania, the daughter of pennsylvania she soon turned to investigative journalism, and she and her fellow staff members in 1906, tarbell, baker, steffens, and editor john phillips left mcclure's and. In a 12-part series, journalist ida tarbell took on one of the most powerful men in author of the history of the standard oil company, an investigation into the.