Robinson, Peter (Mark)
ROBINSON, Peter (Mark)
ROBINSON, Peter (Mark). American, b. 1957. Genres: Adult non-fiction. Career: The White House, Washington, DC, chief speechwriter to Vice- President George Bush, 1982-83, special assistant and speechwriter to President Ronald Reagan, 1983-88; The News Corporation Ltd., New York, assistant and political counsel to Rupert Murdoch, Gulf War commentator, and producer of news segments for Fox television affiliates, 1990-91; Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, DC, director of the office of public affairs, policy evaluation, and research, 1991-93; Hoover Institution (public policy research center), Stanford, CA, fellow, 1993-. Assistant to William F. Buckley, Jr., in Gstaad, Switzerland, for two months in 1988, while Buckley wrote On the Firing Line, a book based on Buckley's television program. Composer of storyboards used in designing permanent exhibition in Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Political commentator on Fox television during 1992 presidential campaign. Speechwriter for David Rockefeller on emergence of free markets in Latin America. Publications: Snapshots from Hell: The Making of an MBA, 1994. Contributor of articles to periodicals. Address: Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA 94305, U.S.A.