The old-fashioned mystery of the sea was replaced by the inscrutability of what some muckrakers called "The Pool."
The Prince of the muckrakers' contribution to the literature of awakening.
It became so savage and so wanton that the opening years of the twentieth century were well named "the age of the muckrakers."
By the second day we had ceased to be human and had begun to act like muckrakers.
He'll make your paper the official organ of the muckrakers' Union.
muckrakers, prying into the storied past, have destroyed one after another many of the pet characters in history.
In a few hours there was enough shame around us to have lasted all the reformers and muckrakers I know a whole month.
Let the muckrakers worry and plan all they please for a sea-gate and a nation that's to run with its brains removed.
Authors who specialize in exposing corruption in business, government, and elsewhere, especially those who were active at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries. Some famous muckrakers were Ida M. Tarbell, Lincoln Steffens, and Upton Sinclair. President Theodore Roosevelt is credited with giving them their name.