Pulitzer Prize Nominee, Ronald Brownstein, Sheds Light on Complex Political Affairs

Ronald Brownstein’s specialty is helping the public understand political affairs through his reporting so they can make the most informed decisions possible.  His outstanding, comprehensive, day-in and day-out coverage of the 1996 and 2004 presidential campaigns led to his nomination for two Pulitzer Prizes.

Brownstein is an author, political director of the Atlantic Media Company, editorial director and columnist for the National Journal, and senior political / election analyst for CNN and ABC.  He is the recipient of several journalism awards, including the “Journalist of the Year” award from the Los Angeles Press Club in 2005 and the American Political Science Association’s “Carey McWilliams Award” for lifetime achievement, which honors Brownstein’s major journalistic contributions to our understanding of politics.

His sixth and most recent book, The Second Civil War: How Extreme Partisanship Has Paralyzed Washington and Polarized America, was published by Penguin in 2007.  This book is targeted to all Americans, regardless of their political preferences, who wish to gain a clearer understanding of present-day political dysfunction.

Learn more about Ronald Brownstein at the upcoming Atlantic Meets the Pacific Conference.

For more information about the upcoming Atlantic Meets the Pacific (TAMTP) Conference (October 7-9, 2012), contact information and list of speakers, please visit the following link: http://www.atlanticmeetspacific.com

To register for the event, please visit:
http://atlanticmeetspacific.inticketing.com/events/202704

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