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David Broder

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Highly Influential Political Journalist Mr. Broder has been called "the high priest of political journalism" by author Timothy Crouse, "the unchallenged 'dean' of what many political reporters like to think is their 'priesthood'" by U.S. News, and "probably the most respected and influential political journalist in the country" by columnist Richard Reeves. Esquire said Mr. Broder "has few challengers as the most influential political journalist in the country," and media critic Ron Powers on CBS-TV said "Broder is not famous like Peter Jennings, he's not glamorous like Tom Brokaw, but underneath that brown suit there is a superman."

Mr. Broder has won numerous awards, including the White Burkett Miller Presidential Award in 1989, and the prestigious 4th Estate Award from the National Press Foundation in 1990, which also honored him with the Distinguished Contributions to Journalism Award in 1993. He received the Elijah Parrish Lovejoy Award from Colby College in 1990, and was elected to Sigma Delta Chi's Hall of Fame. In addition, he won the 1997 William Allen White Foundation's award for distinguished achievement in journalism, and, in the same year, was given the National Society of Newspaper Columnists Lifetime Achievement Award. In 1997, he was named among the 25 most influential Washington journalists by National Journal and among the capital city's top 50 journalists by Washingtonian magazine, a list he has appeared on since 1973.

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