David Paul Kuhn
David Paul Kuhn is a writer, investigative reporter and political analyst living in New York City. He is the author of, most recently, "THE HARDHAT RIOT: Nixon, New York City, and the Dawn of the White Working-Class Revolution," which the New York Times named one of the "100 Notable Books of 2020." This "riveting book" (Jill Lepore, The New Yorker) is "engrossing, well-crafted ... sharp" (Washington Post book review), a "crucial" book on the "split between a well-educated elite and an increasingly discontented working class" (Tom Edsall, New York Times), and is "perhaps the best book ever on how Democrats lost the white working class" (political strategist James Carville). Kuhn has held senior writing positions across the political-media landscape, from Politico to CBSnews.com. He has also written for The Atlantic, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post Magazine, New Republic, National Review, and Los Angeles Times, among others, and regularly appeared on networks ranging from BBC to Fox News. As the Macmillan Speakers Bureau described him, "David Paul Kuhn is an expert analyst of presidential and gender politics." He is also the author of the political novel "What Makes It Worthy" ("A love story and an exposé on modern American campaigns," Kirkus) and "The Neglected Voter" ("A brilliantly insightful analysis of American politics," General Wes Clark). Kuhn has covered four presidential campaigns and politics from Washington to the United Nations, and driven across the United States for CBS News documenting Americans' lives and outlooks. He has reported on events from the epicenter of the collapse of the World Trade Center to North Korean backroom nuclear negotiations. Earlier in his career, he reported on the United States for the Tokyo-based Yomiuri Shimbun, the world's most widely circulated newspaper. - Read more about him: DavidPaulKuhn.com. He can be reached at DPK4Media@Gmail.comRead more Read less
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