From Simon & Schuster, Behind the Front Page is David S. Broder's candid look at how the news is made.
The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David S. Broder, looks at how the press handled various political stories of the seventies, and discusses the ethical issues faced by journalists—an exploration just as relevant now as it was then.
David S. Broder is the National Political Correspondent and an associate editor of the Washington Post. He was born in 1929 in Illinois and studied at the University of Chicago. He began his newspaper career on the Blooming Daily Pentagraph and began working in Washington in 1955 for Congressional Quarterly. Broder and his wife, Ann, have four sons and live in Arlington, Virginia.