The President and the Press
Moderated by Ms. Hume in a forum called, “U.S. Presidents in Perspective: The Shifting Fortunes of Presidential… read more
Moderated by Ms. Hume in a forum called, “U.S. Presidents in Perspective: The Shifting Fortunes of Presidential Reputations,” a panel of authors and journalists discussed presidential relationships with the press. After their presentations the panelists answered audience members' questions.
The panelists were Jack Beatty, editor of POLS: Great Writers on American Politicians from Bryan to Reagan, published by PublicAffairs; Kathleen Dalton, author of Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life, published by Alfred A. Knopf; and Tom Wicker, author of George Herbert Walker Bush, published by Lipper. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Beatty, Jack Senior Editor Atlantic Monthly
- Dacey, John President Massachusetts Found. for the Humanities->Board
- Dalton, Kathleen M. Instructor Phillips Academy->History and Social Science
- Harris, David Director Fair Housing Center of Boston
- Hume, Ellen Founding Director University of Massachusetts, Boston->Center on Media and Society
- Leahy, William President Boston University
- Wicker, Tom Bureau Chief (Former) New York Times->Washington Bureau
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