The Indianapolis Times was an evening newspaper that served the city of Indianapolis, Indiana from the late 1800s to 1965 when the paper ceased publishing. The Times received a Pulitzer Prize in 1928 for Public Service when they ran an article that exposed political corruption in the state and the Ku Klux Klan.
Indianapolis Times in The Man With the Iron HeartEdit
The Indianapolis Times sent reporter E.A. Stuart to cover the first formal protest against the continued American occupation of Germany. He spoke with the organizer, Diana McGraw just prior to the event, and made a point of introducing himself to her as the protest began.
The Times editorial board were pro-Democrat, and so was tactfully dismissive of the protest.