Shogan, Robert

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SHOGAN, Robert

SHOGAN, Robert. American, b. 1930. Genres: Urban studies, Politics/ Government, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Journalist and author. Detroit Free Press, MI, reporter, 1956-59; Miami News, FL, telegraph editor, 1959-61; Wall Street Journal, NYC, assistant editor, 1961-65; Peace Corps, Washington, DC, evaluation officer, 1965-66; Newsweek magazine, Washington DC, correspondent, 1966-73; Los Angeles Times, national political correspondent from Washington, DC, 1973-. Professional-in-residence, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania, 1993. Fellowship, Media Studies Center, 1998. Publications: (with T. Craig) The Detroit Race Riot: A Study in Violence, 1964; A Question of Judgment: The Fortas Case and the Struggle of the Supreme Court, 1972; Promises to Keep: Carter's First Hundred Days, 1977; None of the Above: Why Presidents Fail- And What Can Be Done about It, 1982; The Riddle of Power: Presidential Leadership from Truman to Bush, 1991; Hard Bargain: How F.D.R. Twisted Churchill's Arm, Evaded the Law, and Changed the Role of the American Presidency, 1995; The Fate of the Union: America's Rocky Road to Political Stalemate, 1998; The Double Edged Sword: How Character Makes and Ruins Presidents from Washington to Clinton, 1998; Bad News: Where the Press Goes Wrong in the Making of the President, 2001; War without End: Cultural Conflict and the Struggle for America's Political Future, 2002. Address: 3513 Raymond St, Chevy Chase, MD 20815, U.S.A.