#478147 Overall Influence

Julia Preston

American journalist, writer

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Julia Preston is an American journalist and contributing writer for The Marshall Project, focusing on immigration. Preston was a foreign and national correspondent and an editor for The New York Times for 21 years, from 1995 through 2016. She was a member of the New York Times team, of four reporters and an editor, that won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 1998, "for its revealing series that profiled the corrosive effects of drug corruption in Mexico." She is the co-author, with Samuel Dillon, of Opening Mexico: The Making of a Democracy, "a sweeping account of a nation's struggle for democracy." It tells the story "of the citizens' movement that ended seven decades of harsh and kleptocratic one-party rule" in Mexico.

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Yale University
Yale University

Private research university in New Haven, Connecticut, United States

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#20374 World Rank
Communications
#477741 World Rank
Political Science
#1516465 World Rank
Economics
#2589104 World Rank
Literature
#5124310 World Rank
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