After graduating from St. SchoolJohn`s School, Ivins became a student of Scripps College, later she went to study in Smith College. Year she spent at the Institute for Political Science in Paris (Institute of Political Science), in 1966, received a bachelor`s degree in history. MSc Molly Ivins received a 67-year at the School of Journalism at Columbia University (Columbia University`s school of journalism).
Known in the United States journalist Molly Ivins (Mary Tyler `Molly` Ivins) was born in 1944 in Monterrey, California. Her childhood was held in Houston ; then Molly will know exactly how native of Texas. After graduating from St. School John`s School,Ivins became a student of Scripps College, later she went to study in Smith College. Year she spent at the Institute for Political Science in Paris (Institute of Political Science), in 1966, received a bachelor`s degree in history. MSc Molly Ivins received a 67-year at the School of Journalism at Columbia University (Columbia University`s school of journalism). While still a student, Molly wrote in the student newspaper. Then her subjects were art and culture, but later it became known for its political articles. After the Columbia University she got a job in `Minneapolis Tribune`,where she became the first woman police reporter chronicles. Even there, she began to cover in their articles of social issues, it is often the reports were clear political overtones.
In 1970, Ivins `Minneapolis Tribune` left and moved to Austin, Texas, where she started a job as a political commentator in the ` Texas Observer`.Attention to the person journalist attracted quite scathing attacks in the direction of politicians - Texans
. In addition, it had already attracted national attention and his sketches for `The New York Times` and ` The Washington Post`. By the way, her pen belonged to Elvis Presley obituary in `The New York Times` in the 77th year. From 1981-first she worked in `Dallas Times Herald`.
In 1991, Ivins released the book `Molly Ivins Can`t Say That, Can She?`, A few weeks topped the list of best-selling `New York Times`. In general, for his life Ivins wrote and produced about a dozen books.
Subsequently, Molly went to the status of an independent journalist ,and it printed the column at the time of not less than 400 periodicals. Known and eepublichny incident novellistka and reporter Florence King in 1995. Apologies Molly after allegations were made though of plagiarism, but were expressed in more than a sarcastic manner.The most famous Molly Ivins had attacked very hard satire on President George W. Bush. He and she dedicated her book, entitled ` bush : Short but Happy Political Life of George Busha`. ` It was not great. Rather, even mediocre. But he stood firm and did not make any oshibki` -Ivins commented on the results of the political debate, which was the then presidential candidate George W. Bush. Svoepristalnoe attention to Bush `s political persona Ivins had not weakened.
It is interesting that in the last days of his life fading from Ivins cancer has developed a strong public campaign against Bush`s policy in Iraq. She urged Americans take to the streets and beat empty pots, pans and other kitchen paraphernalia, demanding an end to the war in Iraq.
It is known that the risk of Cancer appeared in the life of a journalist in 1999. The disease is retreating, then bearing down again, finally winning in 2007. Molly Ivins died January 31, 2007 in Austin, Texas ; it was in `62.
It is known that after the death of the journalist W. Bush, who has got a lot of it during his lifetime, with respect said of her : ` She struggled with his disease with the same passion as pisala`, - he said.President Bush expressed his deepest condolences on the death of Ivins, praised her journalistic talent and belief in the power of the media.
Molly Ivins was the winner of many awards, among them - `William Allen White Award` from the University of Kansas ,` Pringle Prize for Washington Journalism` from Columbia University ,`The Molly National Journalism Prize` from Texas Democracy Foundation, and many others.
Molly Ivins died January 31, 2007 from breast cancer