Dateline-Saigon | Sheehan shares a 1972 Pulitzer Prize with New York Times colleagues A.M. Rosenthal and James Greenfield for the Pentagon Papers.
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Sheehan, New York Times managing editor A.M. Rosenthal, and foreign editor James L. Greenfield upon learning the Tines won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for publication of the Pentagon Papers.
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Sheehan shares a 1972 Pulitzer Prize with New York Times colleagues A.M. Rosenthal and James Greenfield for the Pentagon Papers.

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