Lars-Erik Nelson

Lars-Erik Nelson

Lars-Erik Nelson was an American journalist and author best known for his syndicated column in 'The New York Daily News'. His work also appeared in 'The New York Review of Books, The Nation Magazine, Mother Jones, Foreign Affairs', among others, and his column ran in newspapers across the country. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Lars-Erik Nelson has 25 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1983 Call-In as a Chief Correspondent for the New York Daily News. The year with the most videos was 1994 with five videos as a Bureau Chief for the Washington Bureau of the New York Daily News. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1995 with an average of 83 views per program as a Columnist for the Newsday. Most appearances with Brian Lamb (13), Anne Groer (3), Elaine S. Povich (3).

Appearances by Title:c. December 14, 1995 - Present Columnist, [New York Daily News] Videos: 11


Columnist, [Newsday] c. July 7, 1994 - c. December 14, 1995 Videos: 6 Bureau Chief, Washington Bureau, [New York Daily News] c. November 20, 1989 - c. July 7, 1994 Videos: 7 Chief Correspondent, [New York Daily News] c. December 15, 1983 - c. November 20, 1989 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • News Review

    News Review

    Mr. Nelson talked about the upcoming South Carolina primary as well as news items of general interest. He responded to…

  • Washington Journal Feature

    Washington Journal Feature

    Mr. Nelson talked about the resolution of events in Kosovo, legislation pending on Medicare and Social Security. He also…

  • Campaign Finance Controversy

    Campaign Finance Controversy

    Mr. Nelson discussed his article, “Rash Prosecutors are the Real Crime,” about prosecutors who abuse the judicial system. He…

  • Featured Guest

    Featured Guest

    Mr. Nelson talked about current news stories of interest to him, and took audience calls, faxes, and electronic mail.

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