Ungar, Sanford J.
UNGAR, Sanford J.
UNGAR, Sanford J. American, b. 1945. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Law, Politics/Government. Career: United Press International, Paris, Correspondent, 1967-69; Washington Post, Staff writer, 1969-74; Economist, Special Correspondent, 1973-86; Atlantic mag. (formerly Atlantic Monthly), Boston, Washington Ed., 1975-77, Contributor Ed., 1977-91; Foreign Policy mag., Managing Ed., 1977-80; National Public Radio, Program Host, 1979- 83; American University, Washington, DC, Dean, School of Communication, 1986-99; Voice of America, Washington, Director, 1999-. Publications: (with A.A. Priaulx) The Almost Revolution: France, 1968, 1969; The Papers and the Papers: An Account of the Legal and Political Battle over the Pentagon Papers: 1972; FBI: An Uncensored Look behind the Walls, 1976; Africa: The People and Politics of an Emerging Continent, 1985; (ed.) Estrangement: America and the World, 1985; Fresh Blood: The New American Immigrants, 1995. Address: c/o Voice of America, 330 Independence Ave SW Ste 3300, Washington, DC 20547, U.S.A.
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