David Salzer Broder (September 11, 1929 – March 9, 2011), was an American journalist, writing for The Washington Post for over 40 years. He was also an author, television news show pundit, and university lecturer.
David Salzer Broder (September 11, 1929 – March 9, 2011), was an American journalist, writing for The Washington Post for over 40 years. For more than half a century, Broder reported on every presidential campaign, beginning with the 1956 Eisenhower–Stevenson race. Known as the "dean" of the Washington, . press corps, Broder made over 400 appearances on NBC's Meet the Press.
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From The Party’s Over by David Broder (Harper and Row, 1972) As his book title cleverly implies, journalist David Broder acknowledges the decline of American political parties. Writing in the early 1970s, he mourns their weakening and holds out hope for a reinvigorated party system. Broder attributes many of America's governmental problems to the parties' problems, and he pleads for stronger party unity in Congress and an expanded role for parties in the campaign process. Turning to voters, Broder asks for less ticket-splitting and more partisan allegiance.
Books by David S. Broder. The party's over;: The failure of politics in America.
The Party's Over: The Failure of Politics in America. Democracy Derailed: Initiative Campaigns and the Power of Money. Behind the Front Page. The System: The American Way of Politics at the Breaking Point. Haynes Johnson, David S. The Man Who Would be President: Dan Quayle. David S. Broder, Bob Woodward. Changing of the Guard.
But gradually, over the years, the Nixon bit has gotten smaller and smaller, and the show biz elements have .
But gradually, over the years, the Nixon bit has gotten smaller and smaller, and the show biz elements have enlarged. Judging from what happened here Friday night, we may see and hear even less of Mr. Nixon in the 1972 campaign. They had about two-dozen Republican bigwigs on hand to praise the President, but they whisked them on and offstage so fast, they just became a blur. If Johnson had passed over Humphrey and picked, say, the other passenger on the plane from Atlantic City, Tom Dodd, then the history of the last two Presidential campaigns might have been different.
the failure of politics in America. The failure of politics in America. Published 1971 by Harper & Row in New York. 280 p. Number of pages.
Broder, a Washington-based political reporter, successfully animates the textbookish concept of. .Nixon, who like JFK struggled with his own party, most closely fits Broder's idea of a strategic leader and properly partisan chief.
Broder, a Washington-based political reporter, successfully animates the textbookish concept of ""responsible party government"" in what is otherwise a somewhat lightweight jeremiad. He poses the problem, charts its etiology through the '50's and '60's, and thrashes earnestly for solutions. A big portion of the book is devoted to describing ""paralysis of government,"" urban crisis, fiscal collapse, and public disaffection with politics, and Broder rightly points to the dangers of a Bonapartist resolution.
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