In a piece for this month’s Spectator US, I review a book about the “girl stunt journalists” of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, some of whose work really did lead to good social reforms. These were women who sometimes went undercover, to expose labor abuses or various social inequities. We have too few journalists like this today.
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